Yesterday, RT America ran a report on the impact of 3D printing on the debate over firearms and gun control laws. RT's Marina Portnaya interviewed me for the report, and I told her what I've written before: 3D printing has the ability to decentralize manufacturing to the DIY level and thereby render legal restrictions irrelevant. If prohibited or restricted items can be created in the privacy of your home or office, the law doesn't matter. We also discussed chemical printing and CNC machines, but as is often the case, only a brief bit on 3D printing made it into the report, There's no embeddable version available The embedded video is below, or you can see it here. My contribution begins at the 3:00 mark.
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