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Plastigela

Ocragela was created by mixing gelatin and ochre with glycerin and water. The material can be hand-stitched or machine-sewn as a normal textile material. And also it can be customized to leather-like, rubber/silicone-like, and plastic-like by changing the proportions, temperatures, and the way of pouring.

Currently, attempts to develop the means of efficient utilization of Ocragela are continued. Applications for products, textiles, or flooring materials have been experimented. Also, I am in touch with several companies who asked for material samples for future collaboration opportunities.

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Article Code
Type
Finish

MATERIAL COMPOSITIONS

Properties

Plastic, Ochre, Gelatin, Glycerin, and Water

Durability
Sustainability

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Weight– kg
Density– kg/cm3
Strength– mpa
Insulation Properties
Fire Resistance

PERFORMANCE DATA

Load-Bearing Capacity
Density
Fire-Rating

Process
Material

Plastic, Ochre, Gelatin, Glycerin, and Water

Percentage of Waste
Upcycling Waste– kg / sqm
Green Mark
 

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