The Honeycomb Core... What a perfect unknown!
A perfect hexagon: this is how nature teaches us to obtain the largest area with the shortest perimeter. Darwin thought that natural selection had endowed bees with an evolved instinct that allowed them to build a honeycomb with hexagonal cells with the advantage of requiring less energy and time than other forms. For this reason he used the beehive as an example of evolution, stating that "it is absolutely perfect for saving on work and wax".
The same concept is applied to the Aston® honeycomb core, the most economically profitable material, produced with cheap and low environmental impact papers, known for its characteristics of strength and lightness and used as doors and hollow furniture filler.