3d printed gun
I thought John Sarik was trying to shake my hand when we met last Spring at the Columbia Laboratory for Unconventional Electronics (CLUE). Instead he was trying to hand me a small tan-colored plastic figurine of smuggler and rouge Han Solo, of Star Wars fame, frozen in carbonite.
There's still more work to be done before these guns are truly dangerous, but Philadelphia clearly feels it's better to be
A test video of the 3D-printed gun.
Yes, people have made 3D-printed guns in the past and they have been successfully fired, but those guns, like the infamous
3D printing, while definitely impressive, is only one of many new manufacturing technologies. We can't expect machines to fix problems that our society hasn't. Even if 3D printers were flawless and cheap they would only print what we tell them to.
"Matthew" used a string to fire the original Grizzly from afar as a safety precaution, but eventually fired the Grizzly 2.0
The Grizzly's maker wrote in the forum Defcad that the inspiration for the 3D rifle came from the first-ever 3D-printed firearm
The nation has always struggled with who owns that wealth. In the Wild West frontier of the internet, music, films and news
These bullets are fairly simple and fast to make. In the video, Heeszel says it took about an hour to print the first slug
The Lulz Liberator is scary for a few reasons. First of all, it is ridiculously cheap. It cost $25 to print on Joe's $1,725