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(Arch Daily)   Scientists splice together another monster, this time to see grandma's wicker chair and a pallet of particle board have a baby   (archdaily.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Engineered wood, Building materials, Wood, structural use, Soil, Luke D. Schuette, Structural Engineered Bamboo, CEO of ReNTeq Solutions  
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888 clicks; posted to STEM » on 06 Dec 2022 at 7:30 AM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-12-06 7:49:35 AM  
Neat material.
 
2022-12-06 8:56:43 AM  
Bambo 2x4s?
 
2022-12-06 11:57:06 AM  
Bamboo supports and rafters, rice hull insulation, cob infill, earthen floors, domed roofs...FARK is my personal erotica website.

I may never get my hobbit home, but a man can dream...
 
2022-12-06 5:49:33 PM  

mononymous: Bamboo supports and rafters, rice hull insulation, cob infill, earthen floors, domed roofs...FARK is my personal erotica website.

I may never get my hobbit home, but a man can dream...


I'm wearing a shirt made of bamboo thread right now.  It's as soft, or softer, than cotton, polyester, or a cotton/polyester blend. It resists wrinkles a LOT more than other materials.

/ I'll add building materials to my list of good things about bamboo.
 
2022-12-06 5:57:12 PM  
SEB?  Terrible name.  That's like naming your kid 'Gacy'.
 
2022-12-06 11:06:29 PM  
There's a guy in the Philippines who wanted to do an ironman, but he couldn't afford a tri bike. So he built one out of bamboo.

https://www.instagram.com/llego_rafie/?hl=en

I guess it was a half ironman.
 
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