Fubini: That said, handguns have been "accurate enough" for most uses for about 100 years or so now, so maybe it's all moot.
Chunky Pumpkinhead: Bigdogdaddy: It has to be heat treated, which is something most people don't have access to, Probably around 1500 degrees F and quenched by someone that knew metallurgy. Not really worried about this until they can get past that part.bag o' coal, leaf blower, bucket o' water
Memoryalpha: Oh my look at what they've done... The maker community must be just drooling over this, NOT. Baring having upwards of $750k to spend on a laser sintering system there won't be any sudden rash of 3d handgun fire going on. One of these things has about as much to do with the average garage based 3d printer as a Ferrari has to do with a skateboard made by nailing the wheels from an old roller skate onto a 2x4. The video and attendant internet buzz over this is what's commonly known as a publicity stunt by Solid Concepts, nothing more.
The Angry Hand of God: As someone who just installed a Crimson Trace laser sight on my Glock 23,
cretinbob: and it only costs $1 million
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