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5 companies for "3D Printed Wood"

Pereira 3D Clarinet Services's Logo

Philadelphia, United States

1-10 Employees

2014

They have improved some response issues I didn't know I was having!". "Having equipment that can provide stability and still allow me to create an exceptional musical product is vital to executing day to day performances...". "I chose this equipment over everything else on the market because it makes me play better and feel better.". Choose from shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, mugs, bags, water bottles, and other accessories.

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About | Pereira 3D Clarinet Services | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

... From there, it expanded to a full range of products that take advantage of these materials, including 3D printed wood materials that will never crack, never change in dimensions, nor require a break-in process. ...

RD Physics's Logo

Espoo, Finland

1-10 Employees

2018

RD Physics is the global leader in using 3D-printing for loudspeaker design and manufacturing. Our spearhead project is the Circular Sound® line, which is a pioneering effort in creating a circular economy for the loudspeaker industry. In addition, many of our creative designs can be built by any do-it-yourself enthusiast with access to a 3D-printer. RD Physics provides engineering and consulting services to small and medium sizes companies. Our specialties are additive manufacturing, engineering design and composite materials.

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Technology - RD Physics

... Post-processing of 3D printed wood ...

Archaea's Logo

Chennai, India

1-10 Employees

2021

It’s been 16 years since the waste dumping began at Brahmapuram dump yard in Kerala’s Kochi. In the light of a recent fire and toxic smoke that engulfed the city, here’s a look at how the waste treatment plant turned into a dump yard.

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Home - Archaea

... 3D printed wood products from wood ...

Michael Young Studio's Logo

Minsk, Belarus

11-50 Employees

1995

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Image for Metamism Round Side Table - Michael Young

Metamism Round Side Table - Michael Young

... Metamism Round Side Table 3D printed plastic veneer on wood composite.     Size: DIA30 X ...

Cityhome's Logo

Boston, United States

1-10 Employees

2020

Cityhome is an online marketplace with a mission — to empower small businesses and their surrounding communities. Launched in the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, Cityhome brings the scale of an online marketplace to each small business it partners with, allowing these businesses to reach new customers and sell more products all while maintaining their small business identity and what makes them unique! The platform enables customers to shop small while simultaneously being able to discover a growing curation of over 500 coveted brands and 75,000 products across fashion, beauty and lifestyle all in one place. Cityhome also matches consumers with the product that they're looking for from a small business as close to their home as possible to save in shipping time, money and carbon footprint. As small businesses thrive, so do their surrounding communities. Small businesses hire in their neighborhoods, which means job creation in local communities.

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      Ice Cream Earrings – Cityhome

Ice Cream Earrings – Cityhome

... The cones are 3D printed in a wood filament. The hooks are a hypoallergenic stainless steel which is perfect for anyone with sensitive ears. The ice cream cone measures ...

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„3D Printed Wood“

3D printed wood is a type of material that is made by combining a variety of different types of wood particles and fibers together with a binding agent and then printing the mixture, layer by layer, using a 3D printer. The result is a material that looks and feels like real wood, but with a much higher strength-to-weight ratio.