Everyone’s favorite 3D pen has been copied by a Chinese firm. Don’t pay more for a forgery.
A University of Toronto team led by director of their Critical Making Lab, Matt Ratto set out to prove that they could build a working handgun.
A 3D printer company said that they have developed “smart software” that will be able to detect if the model has the characteristics of a firearm.
The government tried to stop it, but the Liberator lives on in the invisible vastness of the internet. And it’s growing up.
The US State Department has done the expected: they have demanded the takedown of the sixteen parts files to the 3D printable gun, the Liberator, at DEFCAD.
A documentary by MOTHERBOARD takes a look at Cody Wilson’s quest to 3D print a gun. In addition, we’ve got a video of him interviewed on CNN.
Cody Wilson started DEFCAD for the purposes of hosting digital fires for 3D printing firearms. Now he’s gone to the dark side and will host IP-protected files.
“Printable gun” man, Cody Wilson of Defense Unlimited, as a few words to say about Diane Feinstein’s and others’ push for control.
In this clip, which is sure to provoke visceral reactions from all sides of the gun control issue, Alex Jones interviews Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed, who started up the whole “printable gun” topic.