3-D-printed guns may be more dangerous to their users than targets

The idea of untraceable guns is frightening, but can home 3D printers even make a gun that won’t blow up in your hand? Despite fears that guns made with 3D printers will let criminals and terrorists easily make untraceable, undetectable plastic weapons at home, my own experience with 3D-manufacturing quality control suggests that, at least for now, 3D-printed firearms may pose as much, or maybe even more, of a threat to the people who try to make and use them.Read Full Story

3-D-printed guns may be more dangerous to their users than targets

Despite fears that guns made with 3-D printers will let criminals and terrorists easily make untraceable, undetectable plastic weapons at home, my own experience with 3-D manufacturing quality ...

Mon 7 Jan 19 from Phys.org

3D-printing guns at home is dangerous–mostly for the person shooting it

The idea of untraceable guns is frightening, but can home 3D printers even make a gun that won’t blow up in your hand? Despite fears that guns made with 3D printers will let criminals ...

Thu 10 Jan 19 from Fastcompany Tech

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