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Top 6: January 23rd 2019

DAGOMA: Printable Guns

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Top 6: January 23rd 2019
To counteract the spread of weapon source files, DAGOMA, the leader of 3D printing in Europe, supported by TBWAParis, is mobilising with its launch of operation HarmlessGuns. The idea is simple: real firearm source files were downloaded then changed so that none of the pieces would fit together, rendering the printed weapon completely harmless.
3D printers are a veritable revolution. It is possible to print anything at home: from decorative objects to figurines or even artificial limbs. To do it, all you need to do is download the blueprint files for any of the millions of items available online. Unfortunately, among these items are files to print real firearms. Accessible without restrictions, in just a few clicks anyone who owns a 3D printer can manufacture fully functioning weapons at home that are untraceable and undetectable. They’re untraceable because 3D printed firearms have no serial number. And undetectable because, being made of plastic, they pass easily through security checkpoints.
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Chief Data Officer: Basile Viault

Agency Manager: Matthéo Pressmar

Editing (agency) / Motion Graphics: Nicolas Duval

Production coordinator: Léa Gosselin

Sound Company: TBWAElse

Sound Director: Fabrice Pouvreau

Head of Sound and Music: Olivier Lefebvre

Composer: Nicolas Neidhardt

Music Art Director: Ferdinand Huet

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