3D Printed Sawdust Makes Refuse Into Art

3D Printed Sawdust Makes Refuse Into Art

Sustainable sculptures turn workroom waste into forms that have the strength of actual wood.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 4 april 2011

The brains at the 3D printing mecca, Freedom of Creation, have brought us an ingenious and sustainable development from their unique world of design. Using sawdust culled from the floor of the woodshop, they’ve 3D printed complex, veined sculptures that have a strength and durability resembling that of real wood.

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