Citing its Terms of Service, MakerBot has removed designs for AR15 and other weapon components from its 3D printing file library.
At the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, Defense Distributed's Cody Wilson argued that politicians can't stop innovation.
They might come for your plastic gun, but they're not coming for your 3D printer just yet.
After looking into the current state of 3D-printed gun-making, CNET's Rich Brown asked the various 3D-printing services about their policies toward printing firearms and firearm components.
Consumer-level 3D printing could change guns and gun control as we know them. So how soon are we likely to see 3D-printed plastic firearms? And what are the legal issues? CNET's Rich Brown sights in on the DIY gun movement.