One of the challenges of additive manufacturing is 3D printing at a large scale, creating bigger structures. Indeed, we can see that additive manufacturing is more and more used in the construction sector, and that more and more 3D printing technologies and XL 3D printers are developed to do so. But what about 3D printing at a small scale?
You know it: 3D printing is allowing to create many wonderful devices and a 3D printing service such as Sculpteo can help you to give life to various projects. But there are some devices and parts that we categorically refuse to print, and guns are one of them. In this blog post, we are going to explain why we don’t 3D print guns at Sculpteo.
With multinational corporations competing against billionaire-backed startups to launch the first human mission to Mars, it seems inevitable that we’ll eventually see Earthlings attempting to colonize a new planet.
Take a look at this simple how-to video — Stephen Herron from Invictus Cosplay prints and post processes the Deadpool mask. Fully 3D Printed on the Robo R1+ and post processed with sanding, primer, and painting techniques.