DIF on AIR 3CULAR: Reinventing 3D Printing To Make the Most of Wood

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  • Kaisa Hansen

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This session is part of DIF x CE100 Startup Day. A day devoted to showcasing startups and their role in disrupting the market and enabling a shift towards a circular economy.

3CULAR are reinventing 3D printing, enabling manufacturers to produce any kind of wooden objects out of leftover wood material, increasing resource productivity and diversifying away from plastics as the primary 3D printing material. This innovation enables designers, wood and furniture industries produce wooden objects faster and easier, saving costs and resources.

Join this session to hear how 3CULAR's solution can be especially helpful when releasing customised and short series, products with complex shapes, or if spare parts are needed fast. It provides design freedom and can also be used in the repairing and restoration industry, which makes the overall life-cycle of products longer.


Kaisa Hansen

Kaisa Hansen

Project Manager, 3CULAR

Kaisa is passionate about startups, eco-innovation, and circular economy. She believes that promoting entrepreneurial mindset and sustainable business is the most effective way to change the world for the better. Currently, she’s working on 3 projects focused on sustainability: leading her own greentech startup 3CULAR, developing an interactive sustainability tool for companies and co-running Circular Economy Estonia.


Bledar Beqiri

Bledar Beqiri

DIF Intern

Bledar is ½ of the DIF intern team. He has an academic background in Business and Economics, with specialisations in Sustainable Management and International Strategic Management. Bledar also has experience in environmental auditing and has most recently represented the UNDP in Sweden as an advocate for the Global Goals.

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