Jun.2, 2013

Right after blueprints of the Liberator, the world's first 3D printed gun was posted online, Travis Lerol, a former military software engineer in Glen Burnie, Maryland, printed out his Liberator within some days. It took him about 48 hours to complete the printing on his $1,300 3D Systems Cube printer.

Mashable traveled to Baltimore to talk to Travis Lerol, about the legality, philosophy, and future of 3D-printed weapons.

Is it really as easy as click, print, shoot? Watch the documentary below. "This is his story, and the story of how Wilson's dream of giving anybody "near-instant access to a firearm through the Internet" is now an unstoppable reality." Mashable comments.


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