By georgitte. bamboo. At Thursday, March 14th 2019, 00:59:33 AM.
that does not become moldy but moisture control wasn t the only problem it takes a lot of force to bend bamboo and the repulsion force is also very strong I had a hard time coming up with a way to control it with wood you can cut a big piece into the shape of a steering wheel but this doesn t work with bamboo because it s hollow instead you would need to layer some pieces and then bend them to form the shape of a steering wheel however repulsion force exerted in this moment is over 100 kilograms to shut down the repulsion force they turned to heat shaping by heating the bamboo while it is bent the bamboo does not Bend back and retains its shape
transformed into a steering wheel we were shown a car that is fitted with a bamboo steering wheel oh I can tell the difference kind tears normally feel a bit inorganic but the bamboo gives it a relaxing atmosphere yes we asked a Takumi about the secrets of manufacturing it s great bamboo has been causing a lot of damage pathology of since the bamboo industry was in decline I joined the project with the hope of creating a locally grown and locally consumed product you will always come up against difficulties when developing a new product but if you give up there then it s over there is always a solution so I think it s important to keep looking for solutions by using your mind as well as by using your hands would become very thin overall and when
bamboo an integral part of cultures as diverse and far apart as Asia Africa and South America seemingly everywhere and yet this humble plant could turn out to be the savior of our planet it s a bold claim but we ve taken nature for granted for too long we never imagined that our trees and forests would be in danger of disappearing but they are for years now the APC group has been planting growing and nurturing embracing the triple bottom line of people planet profit and the core values of sustainability environmental awareness and corporate social responsibility with offices around the world plantations on four continents and employing more than 4,000 people