In compliance with a request from the U.S. State Department, Defense Distributed, the Austin, Texas-based group that recently unveiled the world's first operational 3D-printed handgun, has removed the design files for the weapons from its website.
Although multiple manufacturers are expected to release smartphones with flexible display screens by the end of this year, the technology will be little more than a novelty until about 2015, one analyst says.
Fulfilling his promise to unveil the world’s first operational 3D-printed firearm, Defense Distributed founder Cody Wilson invited Forbes reporter Andy Greenberg to watch the weapon’s first shot at an undisclosed private shooting range outside of Austin, Texas, this weekend.
Doug Feigelson is a true entrepreneur, one who has built a successful business out of a custom solution he designed as part of another venture. He says he’d rather "fail completely" than sell his company, and, as a third-year computer science student at MIT, he regularly turns down job offers so he can focus on his startup.
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