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1 3D Printer + 2 Plastic Units = Real-World Minecraft Pickaxe & Sword

by Lambert Varias
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Are you preparing a Minecraft related costume for Halloween? You have a variety of options when it comes to props. You can get the official foam pickaxe from Mojang and ThinkGeek, or you can print one of your in-game tools or creations. Here’s a third option that’s in between the other two, courtesy of Etsy seller CarryTheWhat: 3D printed replicas of the game’s pickaxe and sword.

minecraft pickaxe n sword by carrythewhat

The pickaxe is about 4″ long, while the sword is about 5.3″ long. Both are made of ABS plastic and have been hand-painted. You can customize the color of your order, so you don’t have to settle for a wood pickaxe. You can even have them sent unpainted if you want.

Put down those blocks for a minute and order the Minecraft pickaxe and sword from CarryTheWhat’s Etsy shop. The pickaxe sells for $10.50 (USD) while the sword can be yours for $11. You can also download the templates for both at Thingiverse.

[via Geeks are Sexy]

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