We’ve featured 3D printing before on Quiet Lunch but today we feature the technology with great disappointment. According to Dezeen Magazine, Defense Distributed, the activist group led by Texas law student Cody Wilson, has just received $20,000 in funding for its Wiki Weapon project to create instruction kits for working guns. Individuals would be able to download the kits and use them to 3D-print their own weapons at home, sidestepping the need for a gun license.
The news comes some time after an American hobbyist became the first person to successfully build and fire a 3D-printed gun. One can only wonder what this revelation will do areas that are already stricken by gun violence. Read more on the story →here← at Dezeen Magazine.
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