A free-form exploration of computer-aided designs (CAD) for nano construction. CAD is the use of computer software to facilitate the generation, modification, and optimization of the manufacturing process. Using software to facilitate design allows for higher precision, simpler and more accurate design iterations, all of which are critical in this particular application. These CAD plans were used to direct the world's smallest 3D printer, where the collision of individual photons will construct the world's smallest, strongest, lightest and most intricate nanostructures. The repeating fractal-like octagonal design imparts great strength and flexibility, resulting in one of the most promising meta-materials ever built. This program was made in collaboration with Lucas Meza and the Greer Group at the California Institute of Technology.