Police in Spain raided a factory and found a 3D gun-printing workshop, terrorism manuals, and white supremacist literature
- Spanish police raided an illegal 3D gun printing workshop in the Canary Islands.
- The 3D-printing equipment found could manufacture gun barrels in two minutes, Reuters reported.
- Police also found terrorism manuals and white supremacist literature.
Nine magazines of ammunition, two silencers, a plastic mold to make triggers, sights, and other small
Police also found terrorism manuals, as well as guides on urban guerilla warfare and how to make homemade explosives using a 3D printer, Reuters reported. White supremacist literature and a pistol holster with a World War II German army symbol were also found.The owner of the workshop was arrested and charged with illegal possession of weapons and explosives. No additional information was released on the owner and whether or not more people were involved.