15.10.14 by Jeff

Invention of the Day: 3D-Printed Machine Gun That Folds and Shoots Paper Airplanes

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Dieter Michael Krone used a 3D-printer to build an automatic weapon that continuously folds pieces of paper into paper gliders. Watch the video below, and stay for the end of the clip so you can see the inner workings of the airplane machine gun. This is extremely satisfying to watch.


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Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Awesome! Saw this earlier as a gif and thought it was fake. But it’s not! There’s still hope for mankind.

  • Robert Stockwell


  • Steven

    How fast do you think that thing could get going if it had more power? What a great way that would be to paper a crowd with flyers….or pictures…or random propaganda!

  • xirtus

    is this on github? does he sell these? where can I get one until I can build it myself

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  • Donna

    So cool!!

  • Will

    Totally agree w/Gerhard, there’s still hope for us.

  • Joseph Patrick Warren

    Very Nice. How much?

  • Daniel

    As far as awesome guns that don’t shoot bullets go, this is right up there with super soaker and t-shirt cannon.

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