While we’ve seen full size DIY projects aimed at recreating Maui’s magical fish hook from Moana, it had not reached the world of 3D printing until now.
This design from UK maker Martin Moore not only looks the part, but it was printed with glow in the dark filament, allowing it light up at night as it does in the movie.
The final print measuring in at 32 centimetres is far from a 1:1 scale, so anyone looking for that is going to have to blow it up when they print it.
To make it completely authentic, they’re also going to need to find a way to get the important carvings into the hook, as the current design doesn’t have any.
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