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This startup is 3D-printing wood made from upcycled sawdust 

The workings of a Forust factory.

3D-printing naturally produces less waste than other manufacturing processes. Image: Forust

Sophie Hirsh
Writer, Green Matters
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A 3D printed gearstick. Image: Forust
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A number of bowls produced by Forust. Image: Forust
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