Forust is building a greener future through 3D printed wood.
Rematerializing wood waste to produce beautiful end-use products
The Forust process combines two wood industry byproducts - sawdust and lignin - to produce isotropic, high-strength, sustainable wood parts.
High-quality materials and finishes
Unlike particle board or laminate, Forust produces 3D printed, digitally rematerialized wood, with grain that flows across the entire part and can be sanded and refinished. The Forust process has the ability to mimic almost any wood grain, from Ash to Zebrano, Ebony to Mahogany.
Streamlined production of complex wood designs
3D printing opens a new design space for wood-based products. Because parts are formed layer by layer without the need for supports, designers can optimize parts and create complex features which would be difficult - if not impossible - to achieve with traditional woodworking methods.
Cost-effective carbon footprint reduction
Forust processes and materials are designed to make it easy and cost-effective for manufacturers to produce sustainable wood parts. The Forust process gives manufacturers a fully sustainable solution at costs competitive with traditional wood manufacturing.
Make sustainable wood products in volume
Shop Forust products, order quantities of custom designs, or scale-up manufacturing in-house with the purchase of a Shop System™ Forust Edition.
Have your design printed
Submit your own custom designs for printing using the Forust process.
From everyday home goods to high-end architectural detailing, Forust can create parts for virtually any application where wood parts are used.
From luxury vehicles to high-end homes, Forust creates sustainable rematerialized wood parts in a wide range of finishes and materials - including rare and exotic grain structures.
Forust expands the definition of how wood can be used in consumer products, allowing designers unprecedented freedom to explore new geometries and applications for an age-old material.
From the modern to the classic, Forust allows designers and architects to create one-of-a-kind decorative panels and other architectural accents utilizing advanced CAD tools and generative design.
Forust makes it easy for designers to explore complex geometries for a wide variety of furniture. With cost-effective tooling-free production, manufacturers can manage digital inventories and fulfill orders on-demand.
The on demand 3D printing of wood using waste natural materials is a gamechanger. By allowing millions of trees to remain in place in their forests, Forust is launching a highly evolved technology for the circular technosphere. We have only begun to explore its beneficial potentials, but it is clear they are immense.