Mnogo se namještaja i glazbenih instumenata gradi od ružinog drveta ili palisandera. Nažalost, ovo je drvo vrlo popularno na crnom tržištu, iako je prodaja nekih vrsta strogo zabranjena zbog njene ugroženosti.

Jedan je dizajner sa Sveučilišta San Jose došao na ideju kako spasiti ovo ugroženo drvo. Na temelju malih otpadaka, a uz pomoć 3D printera, počeo je kreirati ružino drvo.

Na ovaj se način mogu kreirati i ostala drveća ugrožena industrijom namještaja.

Vjerujem kako moderna tehnologija poput 3D printera  može imati pozitivan utjecaj kako na ljudske živote tako i na okoliš.

Činjenica da naše društvo može izrađivati namještaj bez da pritom oštećuje velike količine šuma, u mojim mislima stvara pozitivnu sliku budućnosti!

Priču donosi Anna Tymiec, a inspiraciju je pronašla ovdje.

 Photo by Ines Álvarez Fdez on Unsplash

For example furniture and musical instruments are made of rosewood. However, it is a tree on which “black business” is often done. The sale of some of its varieties is categorically prohibited, as it is an endangered species.

Designer from San Jose State University came to the aid of tree and began to create rosewood on the basis of their small scraps using a 3D printer.

Using 3D printer can be created not only endangered rosewood, but also other trees, which will greatly impact the global furniture industry.

I believe, the modern technologies such as 3D printers can have positive impact on people`s lives and also on the environment.

If our society is so educated that know how to create furniture without having to cut forests, it creates in my mind a really positive vision of our future.

Story by Anna Tymiec. You can read the original article here.