By now, most people have heard of the Kickstarter for 3D printing gun, or “3D-printgun”.
The idea is to use a 3D printer to make a real gun out of wood or plastic.
The Kickstarter raised $1.2m in the first month of the campaign, but that figure has been significantly lower than the $2m originally requested by the company.
The company has since promised that the goal is “very achievable”, and has already received about $100,000 in funding.
There are a number of reasons for the lack of funding.
The majority of the money raised has been used for the manufacturing of prototypes, and a significant portion of the funding was spent on shipping the materials.
The remaining money was used to pay for the cost of a factory, materials, and the final assembly of the gun.
There’s also a large number of people who have donated to the campaign but have not received their rewards yet.
That’s because the company has not yet completed the manufacturing process, which means that people will have to wait months or even years to receive their rewards.
In a statement, the company said: “The first batch of prototype kits were delivered to our fulfillment center in the US on April 1, 2017, and we will continue to ship the first batch in a timely manner.
The manufacturing process has been extremely difficult and costly and we have not yet managed to deliver on all our stretch goals.
We are committed to working with our fulfillment partners to expedite the fulfillment process and ensure that our backers receive their products in time.
The time needed to complete the manufacturing has been delayed by a significant amount of time, and many of our backers have had to wait more than a year to receive some of their rewards.”
Kickstarter has been plagued by problems in the past, and this may be the first time it has been caught up in this kind of scandal.
As a result, it has not delivered on all its promises.
3D printers can print objects in a variety of different ways, and some of the problems we’ve seen have caused the company to change its manufacturing process.
The most recent batch of 3D printed gun prototypes has already been delivered to customers.
The next batch is expected to be sent to Kickstarter’s fulfillment center soon, with the final batch expected to ship in September.
In order to get the finished product to the people who need it, 3D printgun will need to deliver its prototypes to backers who have pledged $100 or more.
It will also need to pay manufacturing costs for its backers.
3d printing has a number the potential to revolutionise the way we make things, but the company is still very much in the early stages.
If you want to learn more about 3D gun, read our article about how 3D prints and 3D scanning work.