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4D Printing with a Pen by Seoul National University Researchers

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Scientists at Seoul National University use traditional pens to create 4D printed objects. As described in an article for Science Advances, researchers See Woo Song et al. use a method to transform 2D drawings made with an ink pen into 3D geometries.

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