Printable 30-Round AR Magazines Now Available for Download

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by achilles28, Jan 15, 2013.

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  2. very interesting, thanks for posting this.
     
  3. My pleasure. It's a revolutionary technology. Even desktop 3D printers are now available for personal use. This will start a cottage-industry for manufacturing, and change the landscape of conventional supply-chains/marketing/consumer products etc.

    The gun angle is fantastic. The more they grab, the more we print :D
     
  4. pspr

    pspr

    I don't think I want to go target shooting with a plastic gun that shoots real bullets. Maybe if they perfect the materials to be as stong as steel but not made from a simple plastic.
     
  5. 3D printing is available for both plastic and metal alloys.

    There's a few good videos on youtube where steel/bronze/aluminum are blended together to create a 3D-printed solid metal object.

    Quite incredible.
     
  6. 377OHMS

    377OHMS

    It certainly makes one think about the future.

    Maybe in the future many inert (no active chemistry) products will be sold on Amazon as 3D code and the product will simply pop out of the household 3D lithograph machine.

    Maybe they'll figure out how to use powdered metal like they use in powder coatings and you'll be able to print up metal objects like flatwear, kitchen utensils etc.

    The only problem with printing guns is getting ammo. If they massively restrict ammunition then printing guns becomes kind of pointless.
     
  7. Yes, they already use powdered metal to print 3D solid metal objects.

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  8. Ricter

    Ricter

    I read not long ago that there is an active cottage industry going now on biological agents. Yes, it seems there is much one can do at home with microbes and gene splicing and easily obtained lab equipment. Freedom!
     
  9. 377OHMS

    377OHMS

    Cool. The resulting lithograph is porous and is infused with another metal. Its another nail in the coffin for the art of the machinist.