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Greenest Filament Challenge

The Greenest Filament Challenge

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  • Innovating the way we see and use footwear is the perfect way to use Biodegradable 3D printing technology at its full potential. Inspired by aboriginal sandals by their sustainability, the JNEW sandal outsole unit celebrates the hybrid between innovative technologies and the oldest material ressour…
    As the purpose of this challenge was to create something sculptural and functional to be 3D printed in wood, my concept is a Biodegradable Birdhouse. Looking at the nests that birds create for themselves, I wanted to create a birdhouse that birds would naturally flock to. And who knew birds build n…
    The purpose of this challenge is to find a functional way to expose the latest bio-filaments developed by FP researchers. The best way to showcase these technologies is to dig deeper to the source of these bio polymers. To do so in the most functional way possible, my concept proposes making a prac…
    I am fascinated by the structure of wood at a mico-scale.  I propose we use 3d printed wood to form an intricate model of wood, blown up to a 12″x12″ table top cube. Attachments:You must be logged in to access attached files.
    In keeping with the thinking that the object is supposed to educate people about the filament, I thought about coming up with an object that also helps to educate about the source material, which in this case is derived from the wood fibre of trees.  I find many people misunderstand how a tree gro…
    My concept proposes for a smartphone stand with a nodding elephant head. The elephant is shown pulling a cart full of wood. The model is both sculptural and functional. Sculptural because it is a cool looking piece of art that can be kept in showcase of house or an office desk. Functional and its …
    TEST Concept (JA, Mar 16, 2016 @15:27 PST) As 3D printing increases in popularity, there is a growing need for biogradeable filaments that are safer for the environment. Researchers at FPInnovations, one of the world’s largest private, not-for-profit forest research centres, have been exploring v…
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