OmNom project's 'n0m II' turns plastic bags, water bottles, utensils and cups into 3-D printer filament
One man, named Michael Howland, and his wife Mary Beth have come up with a device that could finally make 3-D printing affordable to everyone. They are the founders of the OmNomProject, a project that aims to recycle all sorts of plastic objects into useable 3-D printer filament.
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