3D printing community looks to use contest to address gun safety

01/18/2013 | Popular Science

A startup has responded to national calls for solutions to gun violence by taking to the Internet with a plan to generate funds for 3D-printed firearms safety technology. Cincinnati-based 3Dlt, a seller of 3D printing templates, launched an "innovation challenge" on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo seeking backing for a contest this spring to find the best 3D-printable gun safety accessories, such as gun locks.

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