It’s an unspoken goal of hobbyists and academia these days to be able to 3D print every material humans have yet harnessed. Chocolate printing, organ printing, concrete printing have all been done and have made headlines, but some materials, due to their physical properties are exceptionally tricky to adapt for 3D printing. Take latex for example. This article describes in brief what hurdles had to be overcome and how latex printing was eventually achieved. If you’re very curious about specifics, check out the paper which you can access through your student library account!