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MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU!

May 24, 2016

To celebrate May the Forth, we’re hoping you’ll be 3D Printing your own lightsaber.

If you have a 3D Printer, just go here and download the .stl files for Valcrow’s Obi-Wan Lightsaber design.

Once printed, follow our painting tutorial!

If you don’t have access to your own 3D Printer, no worries, you can purchase our expertly printed lightsaber model kit here.  There is a massive sale today for the occasion.

Happy May the Forth be with you!



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