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Interesting! I wonder if it's tensile strength is the same as a free-range tree.
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SGT Mary G.
SGT Mary G.
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Good one, Cpl (Join to see) - "free-range trees" :)
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I like my trees like I like my chicken eggs, SGT Mary G.!
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SGT Mary G.
SGT Mary G.
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Clearly!<smile> Free range everything is preferable when its food!
I'm not a fan of making "food" with the process. It is interesting that is is possible to make wood - to actually grow it in the form for which it is to be used. I suppose it remains to be see if curves and where joints would ordinarily be, are as strong without the reinforcement of nails or pegs.
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Sgt Commander, Dav Chapter #90
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Without going into all the details about this scenario, @lt col charlie, it is too far out in my view... Why not just change the material from wood to something else like recycled plastic bottles... I would have to see the process, understand it, and see the end results before I could accept it as something I would want to purchase...
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PVT Mark Zehner
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Very interesting!!!
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