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This is the first 3D-printed Force Awakens Lightsaber
posted December 8 2014 19:31.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Guys, don't get me wrong, but this new Lightsaber style is rubbish, let alone the fact that you can cut yourself into pieces... I mean, why? WHY? It was so freaking cool as it was! The Katana-style... What sort of drugs were they high on when they decided that the new Lightsaber should be the Grossmesser style...

Anyway, just days after the Star-Wars trailer (or teaser), LeFabShop made the very first 3D-printed version. It definitely needs to go back to the design room, but hey, it is only days! And it is a first!





You want one? Make it here

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