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Regional adaptability / Furniture part

Regional adaptability
Regional adaptability

Should we sell iced cola to the Arctic?
We sell some of what we don't need to our customers, and doing so will only increase waste resources.
The connector can be used to assemble furniture such as a hanger. There are two types of products when sold. The first is products sold to poor areas, only connectors. While keeping prices low, local residents are encouraged to use surrounding materials and materials to assemble hangers such as bamboo or wooden sticks. The second is to sell connected unibody to cities.We encourage the inclusiveness of goods and, where feasible, reduce the sale of sufficient locally available resources to special areas.

University

Northwestern polytechnical universi

Northwestern polytechnical universi
Xi'an, China

Zhao Zexiang,
Northwestern polytechnical universi

Li Baixiang,
Northwestern polytechnical university

Zhou Zhongtao,
Northwestern polytechnical university