Here’s the deal. We get you like the fetuses. We get you want to hold them and pat and call them George. Well guess what? Now you can. Just steal borrow an ultrasound from someone you don’t know and have no business interfering with and have this company print out your very own . . . → Read More: April Reign: Psstt… Hey you! Ya You Poking Your Nose In Other People’s Wombs.. Come Here
Mars probe component made by 3D printing
That grim phalanx of leaders of the Chinese Communist Party must be poring over research papers prepared for them, wondering how soon 3D printing descends upon the manufacturing powerhouses of the world, and wipes out their low-cost advantages. Take this article about one use of 3D printing, . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: 3D Printing: The End of China’s Manufacturing Edge?
3D printing got a lot of attention recently because an American organization found a way to print a handgun. A direct reaction to that has been to launch a contest to promote the true potential of 3D printing by having a contest which encourages people to create designs that better the world.
It’s obvious that . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: 3D Printing for Peace
The incredible, printed assault rifle. It’s not just good for six rounds any more.
Now the whole gun isn’t made through 3D printing. The barrel, for example, is a true, metal component. That doesn’t matter. Barrels are just a machined, metal tube. What is important is the “receiver” or the “action.” They’re the moving . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Mama, Print Me Up a Gun