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Police in Spain raid weapons factory using 3D printers

Police in Spain raid weapons factory using 3D printers

Spanish police say they have raided and destroyed an illegal workshop where weapons were being made with the help of a 3D printer.

A search of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the Canary Islands turned up two 3D printers with gun parts, a copy of an assault rifle, two teasers and a large dagger.

Police say they have found pamphlets on terrorism and guerrilla warfare in urban areas, as well as white supremacist material.

Officials say this is the first workshop of its kind to be discovered in Spain.

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