ZEO

  • Produces material (Zeoform) from cellulose and water; claims sustainability, low cost, and strength to be main competitive advantages; object from the material can be constructed using either conventional or additive manufacturing
  • Claims that Zeoform is fully recyclable and compostable;...

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