Introducing Cubify’s Ekocycle Cube 3D printer, one that exclusively prints in post-consumer waste. Each Ekocycle cartridge turns the equivalent of 3 bottles into your next 3D-printed product. The Ekocycle cartidge prints with the strongest flexibility possible from PJP (Plastic Jet Printing) coupled with durability and a curated color palette that includes red, black, white, and a yet undisclosed “natural” color. The filament is made out PLA (polylactic acid) and includes 25% from recycled PET plastic bottles. PLA is also odorless and has a low tendency to warp. The Cube features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, two extruders for multi-color printing, a print resolution of 70 microns and the ability print objects up to 6-inches cubed. Though 6-inches cubed might not be a ton of space for larger items, this is geared more towards the creation of tech and fashion accessories, which makes sense given the fact that it’s backed by will.i.am. The Ekocycle Cube is due out later this year and will cost $1,199 USD.