You can’t put the 3D printing genie back in the bottle.

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CPUSA Uber Alles · November 1, 2023 at 8:40 pm

The CPUSA (D) is on it in the glorious people’s republic of New York, banning that is.
It says background checks…for now.
Once saw one in a CL seller’s garage and it was pretty amazing.

Anonymous · November 2, 2023 at 1:24 am

Technology is a force multiplier. Due to diminishing returns, technology advantages the tiny group more than the large group. Make the prey stronger, and the balance of power shifts away from the predators. Keep shifting in that direction and soon the 3% will be able to hold off whatever portion of the remainder is willing to fight the 3%. When the legislators hyperinflate the dollar, I think there’s a decent chance that nothing civil-warish happens; because the relative power of the total of decently skilled individuals will be larger than a government’s which no longer has any purchasing power to put in paychecks. Then if government confiscates all the middle classes’ bank accounts as a means of control, that will backfire spectacularly. They took away all the fake money so your ordinary monthly bill-paying is ruined and you can’t do normality anymore, but didn’t take away any of the personal home shop stuff?

John Fisher · November 2, 2023 at 6:50 am

It’s worse than that. Every digital camera can be the basis for an IR seeker. See

Big Country Expat · November 4, 2023 at 7:08 pm

Any idea on where to get the dot-stl or dot-cx3d files for such a toy?
Inquiring 3D Printing Hobbyists Would Like To Know More
Jes’ Sayin’

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