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3D printer guns a worry for federal officials3D

by:Tuowei     2019-06-10

OTTAWA -

The federal Public Security Department is worried about three-

Easy size printer for gun manufacturing without any license control.

The ministry is commissioning a study to examine the emergence of 3D technology and the feasibility of manufacturing firearms, gun parts and ammunition.

It is also interested in technical solutions that may be applied to such printers to prevent them from making guns. In May, the U. S.

The government made headlines when ordering Texas.

Website used to remove blueprints for making pistols using 3D printers.

The public security department noted that the documents for the 'Liberator' guns were quickly downloaded more than 100,000 times, raising concerns in Washington and the state capitals.

The possibility of cheap gun production has also attracted European attention.

In addition to the fact that the new printer can allow someone to make weapons in the basement, the gun can be

Traditional materials such as plastic have raised concerns that they may pass the airport security checkpoint without being discovered.

The public security department recently called on contractors to study the budding phenomenon with a view to receiving the final report by next March.

The notice states that a permit is required for the legal possession of firearms in Canada, and in the case of pistols and other restricted firearms, a certificate of registration is required.

In addition, a gun business license is required for the manufacture of firearms.

While 3D printers have been around for a while, their prices have dropped to between $1,500 and $5,000, making them more accessible.

From aircraft parts to human bones to strict specifications, machines are designed with computer software.

'The emergence of 3D printing could change the manufacture of firearms, making it easier for individuals and groups to make them,' the notice said . '.

'With the popularization and improvement of 3D printing technology, it is necessary to study its impact on the manufacture of firearms and their components and ammunition.

'The study was funded through a federal initiative aimed at improving gun collection, analysis and sharing --

Relevant intelligence and information.

It involves public security partners of the RCMP, the Canada Border Services Agency and the Canadian criminal intelligence agency.

The study will track the historical evolution of 3D technology and the accessibility of software and materials involved in the manufacture of firearms.

It will also look at the international context and compare the policies of different national police, policy officials and legislators in the legal and illegal manufacture of firearms.

The department also wants the author to explore technologies or 'software controls' that can be installed on 3D printers to prevent the production of 3D printed guns.

'In addition, researchers are expected to look at the role of the Internet in sharing blueprints and other requirements for the production of 3D firearms, as well as at the national security and economic dimensions of legal, political, future firearms.

Bidders are due until November.

Express interest in this project

Reader note: This is a revised story.

An earlier report said the final report was expected to be completed by next February.

Canadian media reporter Jim Brownsville

The federal Public Security Department is worried about three-

Easy size printer for gun manufacturing without any license control.

The ministry is commissioning a study to examine the emergence of 3D technology and the feasibility of manufacturing firearms, gun parts and ammunition.

It is also interested in technical solutions that may be applied to such printers to prevent them from making guns. In May, the U. S.

The government made headlines when ordering Texas.

Website used to remove blueprints for making pistols using 3D printers.

The public security department noted that the documents for the 'Liberator' guns were quickly downloaded more than 100,000 times, raising concerns in Washington and the state capitals.

The possibility of cheap gun production has also attracted European attention.

In addition to the fact that the new printer can allow someone to make weapons in the basement, the gun can be

Traditional materials such as plastic have raised concerns that they may pass the airport security checkpoint without being discovered.

The public security department recently called on contractors to study the budding phenomenon with a view to receiving the final report by next March.

The notice states that a permit is required for the legal possession of firearms in Canada, and in the case of pistols and other restricted firearms, a certificate of registration is required.

In addition, a gun business license is required for the manufacture of firearms.

While 3D printers have been around for a while, their prices have dropped to between $1,500 and $5,000, making them more accessible.

From aircraft parts to human bones to strict specifications, machines are designed with computer software.

'The emergence of 3D printing could change the manufacture of firearms, making it easier for individuals and groups to make them,' the notice said . '.

'With the popularization and improvement of 3D printing technology, it is necessary to study its impact on the manufacture of firearms and their components and ammunition.

'The study was funded through a federal initiative aimed at improving gun collection, analysis and sharing --

Relevant intelligence and information.

It involves public security partners of the RCMP, the Canada Border Services Agency and the Canadian criminal intelligence agency.

The study will track the historical evolution of 3D technology and the accessibility of software and materials involved in the manufacture of firearms.

It will also look at the international context and compare the policies of different national police, policy officials and legislators in the legal and illegal manufacture of firearms.

The department also wants the author to explore technologies or 'software controls' that can be installed on 3D printers to prevent the production of 3D printed guns.

'In addition, researchers are expected to look at the role of the Internet in sharing blueprints and other requirements for the production of 3D firearms, as well as at the national security and economic dimensions of legal, political, future firearms.

Bidders are due until November.

Express interest in this project

Reader note: This is a revised story.

An earlier report said the final report was expected to be completed by next February.

Canadian media reporter Jim Brownsville

The federal Public Security Department is worried about three-

Easy size printer for gun manufacturing without any license control.

The ministry is commissioning a study to examine the emergence of 3D technology and the feasibility of manufacturing firearms, gun parts and ammunition.

It is also interested in technical solutions that may be applied to such printers to prevent them from making guns. In May, the U. S.

The government made headlines when ordering Texas.

Website used to remove blueprints for making pistols using 3D printers.

The public security department noted that the documents for the 'Liberator' guns were quickly downloaded more than 100,000 times, raising concerns in Washington and the state capitals.

The possibility of cheap gun production has also attracted European attention.

In addition to the fact that the new printer can allow someone to make weapons in the basement, the gun can be

Traditional materials such as plastic have raised concerns that they may pass the airport security checkpoint without being discovered.

The public security department recently called on contractors to study the budding phenomenon with a view to receiving the final report by next March.

The notice states that a permit is required for the legal possession of firearms in Canada, and in the case of pistols and other restricted firearms, a certificate of registration is required.

In addition, a gun business license is required for the manufacture of firearms.

While 3D printers have been around for a while, their prices have dropped to between $1,500 and $5,000, making them more accessible.

From aircraft parts to human bones to strict specifications, machines are designed with computer software.

'The emergence of 3D printing could change the manufacture of firearms, making it easier for individuals and groups to make them,' the notice said . '.

'With the popularization and improvement of 3D printing technology, it is necessary to study its impact on the manufacture of firearms and their components and ammunition.

'The study was funded through a federal initiative aimed at improving gun collection, analysis and sharing --

Relevant intelligence and information.

It involves public security partners of the RCMP, the Canada Border Services Agency and the Canadian criminal intelligence agency.

The study will track the historical evolution of 3D technology and the accessibility of software and materials involved in the manufacture of firearms.

It will also look at the international context and compare the policies of different national police, policy officials and legislators in the legal and illegal manufacture of firearms.

The department also wants the author to explore technologies or 'software controls' that can be installed on 3D printers to prevent the production of 3D printed guns.

'In addition, researchers are expected to look at the role of the Internet in sharing blueprints and other requirements for the production of 3D firearms, as well as at the national security and economic dimensions of legal, political, future firearms.

Bidders are due until November.

Express interest in this project

Reader note: This is a revised story.

An earlier report said the final report was expected to be completed by next February.

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