Temporary Restraining Order: 3D Printed Gun Update

According to the Associate Press:

A federal judge in Seattle has issued a temporary restraining order to stop the release of blueprints to make untraceable and undetectable 3D-printed plastic guns.

Defense Distributed has complied with the order.  Stay tuned.  So many conflicting rights in this case.  As I’ve heard said, “when rights collide, courts decide.”

3D Printed Vegemite?

We’ve talked about 3D printed food before, but this one caught my eye.  My wife and I went to Australia for our honeymoon and of course when you’re down under trying Vegemite is a right of passage of sorts.  Being a paste it’s well suited for extrusion, but what was interesting was how its yeasty salty goodness could create circuits that conduct electricity.  I guess this is also further proof that people will try to 3D print everything eventually…