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'Wiki Weapon Project' Aims To Create A Gun Anyone Can 3D-Print At Home

Cody Wilson has a simple dream: To design the world’s first firearm that can be downloaded from the Internet and built from scratch using only a 3D printer–and then to share it with the world.

Full Story: Forbes

Posted at 8:48am.

'Wiki Weapon Project' Aims To Create A Gun Anyone Can 3D-Print At Home


Cody Wilson has a simple dream: To design the world’s first firearm that can be downloaded from the Internet and built from scratch using only a 3D printer–and then to share it with the world.
Full Story: Forbes
  1. miklem reblogged this from emergentfutures and added:
    "‘Wiki Weapon Project’ Aims To Create A Gun Anyone Can 3D-Print At Home" via emergentfutures. Full Story: Forbes
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  5. onceasoroksari reblogged this from futuramb and added:
    Lőszert azért még nem lehet nyomtatni, meg önmagában a .22 is erős korlátnak tűnik.
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    Whaaaatttt? How sad.
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  9. napkesques said: It’s interesting that so many are taking additive manufacturing technology, in all it’s mind-blowing applicable fields, to such a simple level by continually to talk about how weapons can be made with its process. AM is more than just weaponry creation.
  10. hogjonny reblogged this from emergentfutures and added:
    i have thought about doing this. seems like a good way to weed out a few dumb asses
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    The day you can download a gun…
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    Hahahhahahahhaha. Future should be fun.
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  26. saxyjep reblogged this from emergentfutures and added:
    That sounds like a terrible idea. It’d be fine using anything but guns. Why guns?
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    Because America TOTALLY needs MORE guns and MORE random shootings daily. Yup.

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