Incredible structures have been created within Minecraft. Why can't we take those virtual creations, and bring them into the real world? This is our attempt to create a bridge between Minecraft and the real world, via 3D Printers. >>>
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Take a look at what we (and others) have printed.
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If "run a python script from the termianl" doesn't make sense, hold off until we release a more user friendly version.
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Let us know what you think.
Make Stuff! You know how to build things in Minecraft. However, if you need inspiration on what things you could build... How about the enterprise, a train station, or Reddit's creative server? It's really up to you. Just make it awesome, ok?
Minecraft.Print() then outputs a standard model file for printing to either a professional 3D printer or (MakerBot or RepRap). Now that you've printed out your creation, it's time to show it off. We figure you know how to do this part.
To avoid printing the entire world, it is necessary to specify the region you wish to process. By placing a combination of specific blocks (obsidian, diamond, gold, iron) at two points you can define the 3 dimensional area to print.
Two words of warning.
And now you're thinking with blocks...
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