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The first 3D printed gun is here -- and politicians really want to outlaw it

Download, print, fire: gun rights initiative harnesses 3D technology

www.guardian.co.uk
Project aims to let anyone print a gun in their own home, raising new concerns about the legality of homemade firearmsImagine an America in which anyone can download and print a gun in their own home. They wouldn't need a license, a background check, or much technical knowledge, just a...
Download, print, fire: gun rights initiative harnesses 3D technology

Forth Dimension's second Replicating Reality concept stuffs Half-Life 2 into a virtual reality headset (video)

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GDC might be winding down, but we'd be remiss if we didn't catch up with Forth Dimension Displays, the Kopin subsidiary responsible for all those little microdisplays inside your camcorders and, we're told, specialized military gear. While neither of those are terribly exciting to consumers, the outfit's latest concept...
Forth Dimension's second Replicating Reality concept stuffs Half-Life 2 into a virtual reality headset (video)

3D printed guns are going to create big legal precedents

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A test case between Cody Wilson and the US government could have implications for regulation of the internetBy now, everyone's heard about the 3D printed gun that Defense Distributed demonstrated last week. The Texas-based group has been steadily working its way up the 3D printed firearms evolutionary ladder, making parts...
3D printed guns are going to create big legal precedents

In legal fog, Kim Dotcom removes 3D gun design

www.pcworld.com
Kim Dotcom has ordered the removal from his Mega file-storage service design plans for a controversial one-bullet plastic gun.The decision seems an unlikely one for Dotcom, who has become somewhat of an Internet folk hero for fiercely contesting criminal copyright infringement charges levied by U.S. prosecutors over his former...
In legal fog, Kim Dotcom removes 3D gun design
Make anything: Why 3D printed guns fulfill the promise of 3D printing
Blueprints for first 3D-printed gun taken down -- but they're not really going away

In legal fog, Kim Dotcom removes 3D gun design

www.computerworld.com
Kim Dotcom has ordered the removal from his Mega file-storage service design plans for a controversial one-bullet plastic gun....
In legal fog, Kim Dotcom removes 3D gun design

The Constitution and the 3D Printed Plastic Pistol

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The Liberator’s 3D-printed parts By now, you have probably heard about the Liberator, a 3D printed plastic gun designed, assembled, and test-fired by Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed. Is it legal? Last week, the State Department’s arms export office demanded that Defense Distributed remove CAD files for the Liberator from...
The Constitution and the 3D Printed Plastic Pistol

The first open-source 3D-printed gun

www.extremetech.com
In its continuing mission to build a “Wiki Weapon,” Defense Distributed has 3D printed the lower receiver of an AR-15 assault rifle and tested it to failure — on video (embedded below). The printed part only survives the firing of six shots, but for a first attempt that’s quite impressive....
The first open-source 3D-printed gun

MakerBot Removes 3-D Printable Plastic Gun Parts From Its Online Database

www.fastcompany.com
Following the Sandy Hook School shooting, the company's database, Thingiverse, no longer contains gun parts. The 3-D printer company MakerBot also runs and manages one of the biggest online sources of "patterns" for objects that can be printed out. (Pirate Bay calls such patterns "physibles.") Thingiverse contains plans for...
MakerBot Removes 3-D Printable Plastic Gun Parts From Its Online Database

New York introduces legislation to regulate 3-D printed arms

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New legislation in New York city aims to regulate the use of 3-D printers to make firearms, as the U.S. tries to cope with the possible proliferation online of drawings for making such arms.An organization Defense Distributed fired in early May a handgun made with 3-D printing technology, and...
New York introduces legislation to regulate 3-D printed arms
US Government Suspects 3D Gunmaker Of Being An International Arms Dealer

What renewing the Undetectable Firearms Act means for 3D-printed guns. FAQ

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They might come for your plastic gun, but they're not (yet) coming for your 3D printer. [Read more]...
What renewing the Undetectable Firearms Act means for 3D-printed guns. FAQ
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