As they mentioned in this article,´ Desktop Metal makes an interesting case for how this process might save trees and forests while simultaneously reducing wood waste. Wood waste is a serious concern.´
Author: David Gewirtz, Senior Contributing Editor
Title: Desktop Metal introduces Forust as a sustainable wood waste upcycling 3D printing process. But is it really?
May 7, 2021
To learn more about Forest, a new sustainable wood waste upcycling 3D printing process, check out David Gewirtz’s article on ZDNet. He explores the process and its potential impact on the environment. Visit the link to read the full article.
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