I really like scaffolding and have posted several ideas about it here. This is another one:
Dino-scaff is a new and exciting type of scaffolding material. It's stronger; it's lighter; it's safer; it looks good and it's 100% organic.
Here's what it's all about:
The first thing you need to know
about Dino-scaff is that it's made using a rapid mould process. In this case the raw material is bone meal, a by-product of the meat industry. Fused together with an organic glue, the mass produced identical Dino-scaff units emerge in the form of long white bones that quickly can be joined together at the ends.
As a supporting structure, bones are stronger than their steel equivalents, so they won't present any difficulty in holding in place all of the components needed to erect a building. Dino-scaff never rusts; never needs to be painted; is light for carrying; simply shatters if it falls from a great height, instead of smashing whatever's beneath it; and it can be recycled easily.
Being white in colour, buildings under construction using Dino-scaff will take on a much more organic appearance, and look amazing, like they have an animal bone exoskeleton. (they probably used it in the Flintstones but not checked)
When construction is complete, Dino-scaff can be stacked and stored for future use in dog-proof containers.