Erasing 3D printed structures is now possible by using a special ink developed by researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. The microstructures can be created using a laser and then erased by simple immersion in an organic solvent.
The most interesting part of this research is that erasable structures can be incorporated into non-erasable structures, making this ink very promising for a wide range of applications.
Curious to know which ones? Read this article!