FWPA launches WoodChat season two - How 3D printing uses timber waste products to produce an advanced construction material

FWPA launches WoodChat season two - How 3D printing uses timber waste products to produce an advanced construction material

3D printing technology can combine timber waste products and recycled plastics to transform them into a high-performance construction element, as results from research conducted at the University of Sydney show. 

The Forest and Wood Products Australia (FWPA)-supported research is the focus of the latest episode of WoodChat, and is being conducted by a team led by Professor Sandra Löschke, Director of the Architecture Design Research Group at the University of Sydney.

You can listen to WoodChat on SoundCloud and iTunes.

Media Release:
mr_3DPrintingTimber_FWPA_20Mar.pdf

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