Printed high capacity magazine test. 5 shots to failure.
I know these aren't amazing results, but they're very promising - just need tweaks to the design and a nudge or two on the materials.
I know the ultimate goal is to directly manufacture whatever you want. However, as an intermediate step, I'm wondering if they're considered printing molds as a precursor to using materials that cannot currently be used to print - that might be a short-term workaround until magazines (and lowers) can be printed.
You know what the powers-that-be will do once this project is complete? They'll move on the barrels and ammo which will be more difficult to replicate with existing technology.
This post was edited on 1/12 at 7:48 am