This technique solves a century-old problem.
It's super-strong, super-dexterous, and super-soft.
This could save countless lives.
"3D printing could completely change what ceramic parts look like and where they are applied in rocket engines."
Better artificial organs could be on the way.
The future is lightweight, curvy, and full of holes.
“Our team has been regularly printing parts in space...for over a year now"
Like a real heart, down to the last beat.
It just takes sugar, nickel, and a process called "3D laser printing."
The hands can be created in just over 42 hours and cost around $3,360.
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