hemp fibre fusion is the materials and molding workshop of Martin Ernegg whose core competence is structural materials made from micro-fibrillated plant fibre. Martins work is the essential fusion of three simple elements...fibre, water, pigments &/or hemp charcoal. Without additional binders, his material is a revolution which he is continually developing and refining.
This is advanced nano-fibre technology whichMartin continues to nourish for sustainable material development. He is a creator and available for consultancy within the many facets of nano fibrillation and technical engineering.
Martin and early partners Horst Döpfner and Robert Bramsteidl started their research with recycled paper drawing on the technologies of paper mache to make a recycled suitcase. In 1994, their invention 'hempstone' arrived on the market, which Martin continues to develop and work on. At hemp fibre fusion Martin Ernegg composes biodegradable materials from natural fibres, cellulose or wastepaper and molds them into form. Currently he uses hemp fibre because of demand, but also has experience with waste paper, bagass, coconut, brewery waste, and nettle He is happy to work with any cellulose fibre, including recycled cotton textile, like your old blue jeans.
Adding a new dimension to innovative material fusions, we are deeply committed to the sustainable future of our planet.
Inspiration to Zelfo-Technology and inventor of the fundamental material process used by Zeoform, Martins work is an evolving currency, He is available for new consultancy options in the ever expanding world of nano-cellulose and micro-fibrillated technology. Martin is considered as a formative leader with his developments and early research in nano cellulose / science.