On the 12th and 13th of January, the REPAIR 3D consortium met to launch officially the research project. REPAIR 3D aims to develop innovative reclamation and repurposing routes for end-of-life plastic and carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) components. This will be achieved by the us of advanced nanotechnology solutions, additive manufacturing and recycled resources. The output will be high added value 3D printed products with advanced functionalities.
The consortium gathers a total of 18 partners and will work together on this project during 4 years. During this event, partners presented their tasks and defined the next steps of the execution of the project.