Download Physical Objects To Your 3D Printer

6589076741_7c49f4d4d9In the future, you will be able to pirate everything. Pirate Bay has a new category called Physibles, for pirating tangible objects — think designer furniture,  fashion accessories, et cetera — with the help of a 3D printer:

We believe that the next step in copying will be made from digital form into physical form. We decided to call them: Physibles. We believe that things like three dimensional printers, scanners and such are just the first step. We believe that in the nearby future you will print your spare parts for your vehicles. You will download your sneakers within 20 years.

The benefit to society is huge. No more shipping huge amount of products around the world. No more child labour. We’ll be able to print food for hungry people. We’ll be able to share not only a recipe, but the full meal. We’ll be able to actually copy that floppy, if we needed one.

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  • Nunzio X

    This will revolutionize the dildo industry.

    • 9568269

       holy shit i lol’d

    • industry

      they will get pounded.

  • Pb

    “print food”?!?!  as opposed to grow??   Plant a fucking seed, people.  Sheesh.

    • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

      sigh people’s minds jump way too far, way too fast…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=580380351 Potter Dee

      I’m going to print a Sierpinski Cake!

    • Shylilembrace

       People already do this, I found a site a while back talking about printing in chocolate, cheese, etc.

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    3d printing is neat and all, but you’re not going to get much other than shaped plastics. I think we’re a long way from printing metal objects. And our startrek fantasies of a food replicator are laughable.

    • http://www.ContraControl.com/ Zenc

      Check out metal laser sintering…

    • http://www.sculpteo.com/ Sculpteo Team

      Well, printing in titanium is “almost” common now (used for replacing organs for example) . At Sculpteo, we do ceramiq, resin and different multicolored plastics… You can pretty much 3D print anything around you those days :)

      • http://www.ContraControl.com/ Zenc

        This is how internet marketing is supposed to be done.

        I’ll check you guys out.

        • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

          I’ll just act like i was in on it to give them a nice talking point

          • http://www.sculpteo.com/ Sculpteo Team

             Can’t really answer to this one…

  • FREAKpowerULTD

    I saw a video where they perfectly replicated a crescent wrench in heavy duty plastic and it was fully functionable. I think this will be great if we can use recycled material. Imagine DIY recycling and industrial home production or community centers where you take your old outdated or broken stuff and make it into something new. We could mine the landfills we’ve been amassing for the last few decades for materials. Part goes bad on your car and you just make a new one. As a person who is usually pretty skeptical of modern technology I think this shows great promise. Of course, every corporation in the world just about is going to fight it tooth and nail.

  • http://www.ContraControl.com/ Zenc

    This is not how internet marketing should be done. I think I’ll be looking for a way to flag your post.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Hilliard/1834076590 Robert Hilliard

    bring on the affordable 3D printers first. either way, most are only good for making small things very slowly so furniture of any kind would be a pain in the ass if even possible at all. besides that little hang up, I’d be all over this.

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