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daveca
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Lies about 3D printing guns
daveca   5/8/2013 9:33:51 PM
Speaking of lies that wont die, Lauren, why are you spreading lies about 3-D printing of guns?

 

Clearly you have neither engineering or firearms experience.

 

NO ONE will print a fully functioning real firearm with any process.

 

NO ONE can print a working barrel to withstand tens of thousands of PSI.

 

NO ONE.

Who has a 3=D printer that can:

1. Print 4xxx or 5xxx steel?

2.) print it into a HOMOGENEOUS mass? (that ones laughable)

3.) print it with the rifling, precision straightening, crown and chambering?

 

Again, OUTRIGHT LIES

 

This hysterical nonsense has grown from media hype to a full blown conspiracy theory wiht the aid of irresponsible Blogging like yours.

Its also deliberately misleading to claim these are "3-D processes" They are 2-D. Same as the so called 3-D CAD systems, there is no such thing, they are 2-D rendered images with tricks like shading to render a quasi 3-D looking image.

 

etmax
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Re: 3D Printers
etmax   5/8/2013 12:18:12 AM
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:-) the mind boggles. Personally I'm sceptical of the comfort of printed clothing having used 3D printing for many things. I reckon nothing gets past cotton or silk. Actually one could say that rayon fabric is 3D printed, although not in the usual fashion. Even it isn't comfortable and that's a true fabric.

Cabe Atwell
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Re: 3-D PRINTING
Cabe Atwell   5/3/2013 3:27:48 PM
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The n12 bikini "material" looks useful. I would like a coat made out of it. Like modern day chainmail.

The 3D printed jaw is the true victory for 3D printing.

C

GopherT
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Re: 3-D PRINTING
GopherT   5/1/2013 4:32:48 PM
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iPhone case with working gears to pass the time on old-school toys instead of apps.

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:40190

Iphone Case with Gears

 

bobjengr
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3-D PRINTING
bobjengr   4/27/2013 11:50:19 AM
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Excellent post Lauren.  This technology is not a fad and the companies providing equipment; i.e. printers, materials, finishing products, etc will be around for a long time.  The slide show that Lauren has provided represents the "tip of the iceberg" relative to items that can be manufactured.  As I have mentioned before, I feel future advancement will be determined by materials available for "additative manufacturing", improving speed in printing and the size of equipment that can handle large components.  It's a technology that will be with us from here on out. 

Quacker
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Bronze
Re: 3D Printers
Quacker   4/27/2013 9:11:15 AM
I don't think that the people that monitor these comments are going to appreciate it, if I get any more graphic in order to explain the comedic tension that exists between showing a woman's empty brassiere and the headline "The Best Things to Come Out of a 3D Printer," so I'm going to leave it here.

Regards-

 

Pubudu
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Re: 3D Printers
Pubudu   4/27/2013 6:51:48 AM
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I meant more personal care products with is 3D printed such as more cloths, soft jewelry,etc.................... 

Quacker
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Re: 3D Printers
Quacker   4/27/2013 1:59:46 AM
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Somehow, I get the feeling that you and I do not share the same sense of irony.

Pubudu
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Re: 3D Printers
Pubudu   4/27/2013 12:12:31 AM
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I believe that it is only a beginning Quacker, and I'am sure that there will be more things in the future like these. 

William K.
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Re: Other areas of 3D printing.
William K.   4/25/2013 4:01:23 PM
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Back in the very early 1990's I saw a plastic part produced using the photo-hardening process with some clear plastic liquid. This machine was being touted by the Detroit Center Tool company, DCT, which eventually failed due to managenet integrity problems. But I remember that the part was quite fragile but very intricate.

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