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Squeeze, freeze, bake: how to make 3D-printed wood that mimics the real thing

A 3D-printed table and chair made out of wood which are only a few centimetres high

Ink made of waste wood was used to 3D print a tiny table and chair only a few centimetres high. Credit: M. S. H. Thakur et al./Sci. Adv.

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Nature 627, 707 (2024)



  1. Thakur, M. S. H. et al. Sci. Adv. 10, eadk3250 (2024).

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