3D printing copy/paste=yes now undo

Something it took the iPhone and Android years to figure out is the importance to copy and paste along with the ability to undo a change. NSTRMNT team led by Brian Harms, a Masters student at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, has created a 3D printing process called suspended disposition that gets around gravity by printing objects within a gel. Not only does this allow freeform additive fabrication on six axes, it also enables an “undo” function. The NSTRMNT fabrication method is still very limited in materials but that is bound to improve quickly. 

NSTRMNT — SUSPENDED DEPOSITIONS.

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