Want to 3D print your own Sith lightsaber? Sean Charlesworth designed one and put a different twist on it: he used a cutaway technique. So, the hilt will show a bit of the interior of the lightsaber — including the Kyber crystal. Sean talked to Tested about his lightsaber construction skills in the above video and about how he used a Formlabs Form 2 3D printer for the project. You can download files to print your own lightsaber at Pinshape.
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