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By Tyler Gray | 08-09-2012 | 11:42 AM
3-D's Experimental Phase
Skeleton Key For Handcuffs
Hey, cops, you should be more careful. Because you never know when a criminal will find out where to buy a 3-D printer, find the necessary materials, engineer the shape of a skeleton key (or ok, buy one on the Internet that someone else made) that will open handcuffs, and then just hang on to the key in case he or she ever gets handcuffed, because then he or she could get out of those handcuffs, and then you'd have to shoot them. All because of 3-D printing. Nice one, technology.