3D printed safe-cracking robot impresses at DEF CON 25

3D printed safe-cracking robot impresses at DEF CON 25

3D printing and security research have long history . The lockpicking community and security researchers have made frequent use of 3D printing to draw attention to vulnerabilities and encourage manufacturers to think more about better ways to protect assets. DEF CON is the “world’s longest running and largest underground hacking conference” and has demonstrated many imaginative uses of 3D printing in this area. The conference recently celebrated 25 years and once again 3D printing took to the stage in Las Vegas. 3D printing was used to make several of the components of the robot, including a nautilus gear that […]

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