3D printing for wood?


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     E. R. 

    Which 3D printing technology could be used for printing small wooden objects, using a mix made of 80% wood and 20% other materials? What materials would be the right choice to reach that percentage? Could it be possible to use a technology based on sawdust bedding?

     Alojz Blazic 

    Yes it is possible. You have to have very dry griding wood dust wich you mix with glue (white wood glue) or super glue wich is harden right away.

     gregg wilkinson 

    Some uses heat branding, and this is effective and traditional way next to engraving.

    Gregg of http://www.digitekprinting.com/bound-mix-color

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