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3D printing store set for Oxford Street as V&A displays printed gun

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Not long ago the idea of 3D printing was as outlandish as a flying car. This autumn it becomes a tangible if bizarre reality for everyone. On London's Oxford Street the groundbreaking technology is to be made available to department store customers who want to buy a reproduction plastic bust of themselves, while at the Victoria & Albert Museum in Kensington this weekend the controversial symbol of this design innovation – the 3D-printed gun – goes on display for the first time.Curators at the museum believe the notorious gun, which was developed in America by Texan law student Cody Wilson this spring, is the clearest way to illustrate the issues

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15 Sep
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15 Sep
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14 Sep
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14 Sep
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14 Sep
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