Where our fingers of flesh exposed to injuries or burns, we turn to steel tongs. Where protein machines are likely to be destroyed or disintegrate, we will turn to nanomachines made of tougher material. Universal Assemblers This second generation of nanomachines built of something more than just protein, will do all that proteins can do, and more. In particular, some serve as an improved apparatus for assembling molecular structures. Resistant to acid or vacuum, freezing or heating, depending on the intended use, the enzyme-like second generation machines will be able to use as a 'tool' almost any of the molecules used by chemists in the reactions, but they will treat them with a precision programmable machines . They will be able to bind atoms to produce substantially any stable structure, adding a little at a time to the surface of the working piece as long as the complex structure is completed. Think of nanomachines as an assembler.
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