Who Owns History When It is Made of 3D Printed Lego?

I apologise outright for going off on a tangent before I even start, but, whenever I run into a 3D printed Lego item, my mind just cannot help wandering into the very foggy realm of 3D model copyrights. I concede I do not yet know a great deal about the possible application of copyrighting laws to 3D printing. However, while in the area of industrial prototyping the possible boundaries are more defined – and the priority is to protect a file from possible espionage – in the consumer world the lines lose clarity.
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