Just When 3D Printing Couldn’t Get Cooler

Laura Bedrossian

In the words of a nerd (me), science is just so cool and innovative. It’s the epitome of “cutting edge” and “innovative.”

I thought it couldn’t get more advanced than 3D printing, but apparently it can—a 3D printer that can do so in mid-air!

I won’t begin to pretend I know how this new technique works, but I have a few 3D printed items from my past job (#ScienceMuseum) and I think this breakthrough will pave the way for even more advanced work. I can only imagine how it will be used with other mediums and industries (perhaps medicine).

Bravo to you, Harvahd, you win the Innovation Mill award today for your actual innovation.

(You can read more about this new technique here)