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How to Build with Bamboo?

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Bamboo is a great wood to build with. It is versatile and durable. Bamboo is also good for the environment, as it is an extremely plentiful resource that is easily renewable. You can build many things with bamboo, and it is often easier to work with than other types of lumber. Bamboo can be used in its natural form for things like frames and chairs, or can even be used to make bicycle frames. It can be cut with a simple hand saw.
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