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I had to do it, take the 3D printer made in Minecraft, shown here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldiISyKkGl8, and export it as a printable 3D model. Can you get more meta? That said, if you actually printed this thing out you'd be $419.34 poorer and end up with 66 separate parts: a lot of the bits are not physically connected to the main assembly, even after doing "weld" and "corner tip" tests in Mineways. Still, fun to show here.