By Andrea Papermaking was never going to be a huge business.
The craft was only about 25 years old, and papermakers struggled to make enough to cover the costs of the new machines and equipment that would soon replace them.
As the industry evolved and new machines came out, so did the need for paper.
The industry, which had been around for more than 150 years, grew from $500 million in 1920 to $1.3 trillion in 2015.
But papermaking wasn’t going anywhere.
The companies that used paper were going to continue to thrive.
So when the Bamboo Linters began, they were hoping to bring papermaking back to life.
They set out to create an all-in-one, durable, lightweight and cheap papermaking tool that could be easily adapted to meet different paper production needs.
They wanted to create a durable, easy-to-use papermaking product that would work on all types of paper.
They didn’t want to go down the traditional route of making a cheap tool and then sell it at the high end.
And they didn’t need to do that.
The Bomboos were created in collaboration with renowned industrial designer and artist, Andrea Papermaker, who was the designer and principal of the Bamboo Papermaking company.
Bamboo papermaking is a very unique process.
You need a lot of care, and it’s very labor intensive.
It requires a lot effort to make.
You don’t just get it out and you go to a paper mill.
You’ve got to make it yourself.
And it’s not just for paper; it can also be used in other products, too.
So the Bombos were built with a unique blend of quality and value.
And the company was able to tap into the passion of the people who make these beautiful handmade products and put out an amazing product that was so affordable, yet also so sturdy.
The key to this design is a paper that has a high-quality, high-density, very high-impact polymer that is so durable.
The material is made from a material called Boro, which is a naturally occurring mineral.
Boro is very durable, and you don’t want it to degrade in a few years.
This is why we use Boro.
Because you can get rid of a lot more Boro over time, because the minerals in it will degrade, which means you don