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Title:Implementacija petstopenjske hierarhije ravnanja z odpadki pri proizvodnji izdelkov na 3d tiskalniku
Authors:Razinger Jagodic, Lan (Author)
Senegačnik, Marjan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Urh, Benjamin (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf UN_Razinger_Jagodic_Lan_2020.pdf (8,26 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FOV - Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Kranj
Abstract:V diplomskem delu smo raziskali področje uvedbe petstopenjske hierarhije ravnanja z odpadki pri 3D tiskanju. Opisali smo glavne procese pri izdelavi 3D tiskanega izdelka in kako ti vplivajo tudi na količino nastalega odpadka. Raziskali smo možnosti recikliranja nastalega odpadka in uporabe recikliranega materiala za 3D tiskanje. Ugotovljene so bile najboljše rešitve oz. pomembna dejstva, ki jih mora posameznik upoštevati, da lahko doseže čim manjši končni odpadek. Poiskali smo odgovore na vprašanja, ki si jih mora posameznik postaviti, preden izdela izdelek. Z metodo raziskovanja so bile raziskane že poznane prakse izdeave recikliranega materiala za 3D tiskanje. Na podlagi primera dobre prakse ob projektu Precious Plastics so bile predstavljene možnosti za izdelavo izdelka iz recikliranega materiala od predelave odpadne plastike v material za 3D tiskanje do izdelave novega končnega izdelka. Ugotovljeno je bilo, da prav vsak, ki uporablja 3D tiskalnik, lahko tudi sodeluje v tem projektu in na določen način uspe zmanjšati svoj okoljski odtis. S tem ravna v sladu s cilji petstopenjske hirerahije ravnanja z odpadki. Tisti, ki bi se želeli z zadevo ukvarjati bolj resno, pa imajo na tem področju tudi možnost za zaslužek.
Keywords:3D tiskanje, odpadki, recikliranje, ekologija
Year of publishing:2020
Source:Kranj
COBISS_ID:36094211 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:S7TJ9R67
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Licensing start date:01.09.2020

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Implementation of a five-tier waste hierarchy in production of 3d printed objects
Abstract:In this thesis we explored the implementation of a five-tier waste hierarchy in production of 3D printed objects. We have described the main processes in the production of a 3D printed products and how these also affect the amount of waste that is generated in the process. We explored the possibilities of recycling waste and using recycled material for 3D printing. We also found some solutions and important facts that an individual must take into account in order to achieve the least possible final waste. We looked for answers to the questions that an individual should ask, before a product can be made. Using the research method, we found and investigated some already known practices of making recycled material for 3D printing. Based on an example of good practice, the Precious Plastics project, the possibilities for making a product from recycled material were presented. From the processing of waste plastic into material for 3D printing, to the production of a completly new finished products. It has been found that just about anyone who uses a 3D printer can also participate in this project and somehow manage to reduce their environmental impression. In doing so, it acts in line with the objectives of the five-step waste management hierarchy. Furthermore, those who would like to take the matter more seriously also have the opportunity to make money in this area.
Keywords:3D printing, waste, recycling, ecology


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