Printing in Wood Pulp and Clay

“We want to 3D print long-lasting performance-based designs for the built environment using raw materials that have strength, tactility, cultural associations, relevance and beauty.”

So far, the team and their students have successfully created gorgeous 3D printed objects using salt harvested from San Francisco Bay, wood pulp, and clay, and a standard powerder-based printer. Each of these materials is recyclable, and in some cases, recycled. The results are bricks, components, and furniture that look like they just walked out of a high-end catalog. Continue reading

26. May 2013 by objectblog1
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