Laser-assisted method developed by Wyss Core Faculty member Jennifer Lewis allows metal to be 3D printed in midair.

Credit: Lewis Lab / Wyss Institute at Harvard University.

Last time I checked, stuff was 3d printed midair in plastic. Now this. Amazing capabilities, but the really interesting part will be future applications. Can't wait to see where this technology goes.

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