When disaster strikes, reaching those who need help and refreshing supplies can pose a significant challenge, especially if key infrastructure, such as a bridge, is destroyed.

But what if technology existed to hit CTRL+p to simply print a bridge? While the process might be a little more involved than a simple keystroke, a Dutch 3D printing research and development firm MX3D is working to make it a reality using robots.

The company’s robots can “draw” steel structures in 3D, and print a bridge over water in the center of Amsterdam.