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10 Oct Bogwood

Bogwood is a Wood preserved in a bog due to anaerobic conditions. The extremely low oxygen conditions of the bog protect the wood from normal decay, while the underlying peat provides acidic conditions where iron salts and other minerals react with the tannins in the wood, gradually giving it a distinct dark brown to almost black color.

Bog oak wood ages for thousands of years without oxygen and light in the river mud, swamp or gravel. through the time it gains unique strength and coloring. the process of creating bog oak can be compared to geological transformations when the coal becomes a diamond. wood extraction from the riverbed is extremely laborious and complex and black oak resources are limited.

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12 Sep Michelin’s 3D Printed Tire

Michelin 3D Printed Rubber Tire is made of rubber compounds derived from organic, recyclable materials. The resin, for instance, is made from orange zest instead of petroleum. Michelin also cited molasses as another natural material that can be used to create synthetic elastomers. Other examples...

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05 Sep 3D Leather and Quilted Panels

The bespoke and contemporary 3D Leather Wall Panels and Headboards by BMS Individual are customized and handcrafted to individual needs and demands. With traditional craftsmanship skills and state of the art tools, they can develop almost any design pattern you envision and fulfill design expectations...

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