Plasma forming

Using a combination of electroinferrence and a mold system, plasma can be poured into an object and cooled to produce simple metals very precisely. This works by having antennae control the specific layout and pattern of the plasma which is then trapped using the same technique and cooled, usually using exotic cooling techniques.

In this way, the 'folds' of metal and the layout of its interior structure can be controlled very precisely, though not on a microscopic level. It can be thought of as a modern form of blacksmithing and in some cases, it can be done in minutes or less - ideal for battlefield manufacture.

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