FITC Toronto 2013
With the popularity and accessibility of 3D printing booming, the issues surrounding the freedom to design and fabricate what ever you wish are growing at a steady rate. From unattainable pieces of Lego or K’NEX, to the elements of a semi-automatic rifle the boundaries of 3D printing have yet to be fully defined. The questions surrounding the control needed for these devices right now is extremely significant to the future of 3D printing as a whole.
In this presentation, Matt Fisher, Senior Developer at Jam3 (http://jam3.com) will shine a light on the issues surrounding fabrication control and present in physical form some controversial 3D printed items mentioned like the initial pieces for a AR-15 rifle.