Firms, hobbyists weigh in on new 3D-printing weapons law

Zelta 3D co-founder Wong Ming Wei with their industrial 3D printing machine in their factory on Jan 22, 2021. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - Once in a while, 3D-printing company Zelta3D will receive requests from hobbyists, collectors and cosplayers to print objects that look like weapons.

These include swords, toy guns and brass knuckles.

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