CBS This Morning: Saturday and Al Jazeera both had segments on 3D printing this weekend. Both were more interested in the dangers than anything else.
“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.
Defense Distributed’s DEFCAD site, the repository for firearm-related 3D printable models, has aroused the interest of various government bodies.
Representative Steve Israel wants the Undetectable Firearms Act renewed to keep plastic weapons banned after part of an AR-15 was printed and tested.
Defense Distributed recently set out to test HaveBlue’s 3D-printed reinforced AR-15 lower receiver, available for download over at Thingiverse.
In last weeks CSI’s episode called Strip Maui, the killer uses a disposable, plastic 3D printed gun to make it easier to get away with murder. Right, like he can beat the CSI team.
3D printer company Stratasys has seized Cody Wilson’s leased uPrint SE 3D printer when they discovered he intends to use it to further his 3D printable gun project.
After being booted off Indiegogo, the Wiki Weapon Project has been fully funded privately by gun enthusiasts. The 3D printed fun project is underway.