3D printing is an innovative production process that can support design in a circular economy. In a circular economy, high-value material recovery is required to enable multiple product lifecycles. Furthermore, materials need to be developed that are derived from bio-based and abundant resources as an alternative for oil-based materials. Therefore, not only the material resource is important when developing materials for 3D printing in a circular economy, but also the recovery options. That is what inspired the development of reprintable materials. These are materials made from renewable resources that can be recovered into ready-to-print materials after a 3D printed product becomes obsolete.