While some have expressed fear at the possibility that 3D printing could be used for evil, it’s essential that we all remember how much good the technology can do.
Travis Lerol, a 30 year old software engineer, printed his Liberator with $30 in material on a $1,300 3D Sytems Cube printer. He takes it to the range.
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.
Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed has successfully fired the world’s first entirely 3D-printed gun for the very first time. Not just the lower receiver, but the whole gun.
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.
Canada’s Global TV’s “3D Printing: Make anything you want,” presents an extensive look at 3D printing technology and industry, complete with interviews of some movers and shakers.
“Printable gun” man, Cody Wilson of Defense Unlimited, as a few words to say about Diane Feinstein’s and others’ push for control.