3D Printed Wood Screens Have the Scent of Real Wood

Large scale 3D printing technology has revolutionized several industries, including automotive, event fabrication, and architectural planning. Now, designers can create intricate structures layer by layer, even entire homes made from a cement mix with unique, curvilinear shapes.

Aectual, a furniture and finishes manufacturing platform, has introduced a groundbreaking product called 3D Printed Wood. This innovative material offers the warmth, shape, and texture of real wood, making it a game-changer in the 3D printing world.

By blending wood-waste residue and vegetable fibers like flax or hemp, Aectual has created a versatile material that mimics the look and feel of wood. This material is transformed into screen panels up to 1 x 2 meters in size, perfect for interior architectural applications such as wall paneling, room dividers, or window blinds. The seamless design of the components ensures a cohesive and polished finish.

Not only does Aectual’s 3D Printed Wood resemble real wood visually and tactilely, but it also emits the fragrance of wood, enhancing the overall experience. Additionally, the material is designed with sustainability in mind, as it can be shredded and reprinted easily for a circular lifecycle. Even if not recycled, the natural decomposition of wood provides an environmentally responsible end-of-life solution.

Aectual recently showcased their Wood Series at a fair in the Netherlands, unveiling a range of products that utilize this novel 3D-printed material. With a promise of more innovative designs to come, Aectual is leading the way in creating aesthetically pleasing and sustainable 3D printing solutions.

For more information on Aectual’s 3D Printed Wood and to stay updated on their latest developments, visit their website at aectual.com.


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