Nefarious means of 3D printing, from guns to drugs to masks that outsmart facial-recognition systems, prompted one region to pass a law for businesses to register 3D printers.
Many areas around the globe have some silly laws you must follow, or require permits in order to do things. For example, tasks like babysitting, tagging, holding garage sales, and even panhandling need a permit somewhere in the world. In fact, the FAA now demands that drone users register their craft, and depending on use, a license as well. Fines can run from $400 to $5,500, and the registrations don’t look like they’ll stop.