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3D printing revolution smells of gunpowder and more

02.04.2013 07:46

Home manufacturing may well be the next technological revolution, changing our life as much as computers, mobile phones and the internet have. But the world may not be prepared when some of the consequences, such as printable weapons, arrive.

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Anonymous user 29.05.2013 22:58

@19:29 unemployment is a product of capitalism, not technology, foolish luddite

Anonymous user 29.05.2013 19:48

if technology doesn't help you work less it's worth-less.

Anonymous user 29.05.2013 19:29

Yea you morons greet this technology along with the unemployment it brings into your foolish lives.

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 04:55

Raise the roof (.Y. ) (

Anonymous user 11.05.2013 20:11

The US is actually around the 25th in gun crimes per 100,000 people; where the UK is around number 3


John 11.05.2013 09:28

Well done that man, this can only be a good thing. Anything which upsets the big corporations is good. The problem starts when they switch off the internet.

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 03:11

Hail the 2nd Industrial Revolution.

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 15:58

The real bad thing comes when someone makes printable land mines & grenades, just add explosives!

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 11:09

This is only an other reason why they are hellbent on controlling the internet.

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 23:05

A 3d printer that can print a 3d printer and that 3d printer prints a printer, infinite regression

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 21:33

Easy to tell which side of the gun debate the reporter is on!!!

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 19:39

New tech and we just weponize it, making a gun should just show its capabilities not spark a debate.


Thomas DeWoody 03.04.2013 17:32

Who needs to worry about home-built guns when the whole country is awash in professionally-manuf actured firearms? After a couple of glued-together toys blow up in user's hands, they won't be very popular.

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 16:20

Freedom from tyranny is coming soon. information will not be denied.

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 13:17

well that will give global arms companies a run for their money

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