Feb 17, 2018 | By Benedict

Thingiverse user [Jbenedetto84] has designed a 3D printable Hyrule Castle from the Nintendo Switch game Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The 3D model was ripped from the game, and comprises both the castle and its grounds.

Life is good for Zelda fans who own a 3D printer. Since the release of Breath of the Wild, the flagship game of the Nintendo Switch console, makers have been able to print a whole bunch of cool 3D printable Zelda props, including this 3D printed Guardian Sword and 3D printed Guardian robot, both from Adafruit.

Nintendo lovers can now complement that sword and robot with a 3D printed model of Hyrule Castle, the center of Hyrule and home of Princess Zelda and the mysterious King of Hyrule. The model, ripped from Zelda: Breath of the Wild, is highly detailed, and maker [Jbenedetto84] plans on using the 3D print to help navigate the notoriously confusing locale in the game.

Redditor [cryptid007] recently 3D printed the model with 0.1 mm layer height and supports. It’s cool and looks like caramel. Get the model here and check out cryptid007’s awesome print here.

 

 

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Breathoffire3 wrote at 2/24/2018 7:34:45 PM:

This is amazing! i just found out my husband's work has a 3d printer

Anonymous wrote at 2/20/2018 7:30:10 PM:

This thing is so cool... now i kinda wish i had a 3D printer :)



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