3D-printing for saving the environment

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As reported by Professor Paul Gatenholm, who has led this research through the Wallenberg Wood Science Centre at Chalmers, “This is a breakthrough in manufacturing technology. It allows us to move beyond the limits of nature, to create new sustainable, green products. It means that those products which today are already forest-based can now be 3D printed, in a much shorter time. And the metals and plastics currently used in 3D printing can be replaced with a renewable, sustainable alternative.”

Chalmers University of Technology

 

Mimicking the ultrastructure of wood with 3D-printing for green products

Mimicking the ultrastructure of wood with 3D-printing for green products

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    Alfiano Fong ( alfianofong ) said:
    June 17, 2020 at 9:01 am

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