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Tinkercad lets you export 3D designs into Minecraft

Brian Heater
08.14.13
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Tinkercad, that Autodesk-owned, user-friendly 3D modeler is offering up a new feature today that may well prove a compelling proposition for Minecraft users. Fans of the block building, monster-fleeing indie title can now use the service to export 3D creations into the game, by way of MCEdit. The whole process looks pretty straight forward to us, but just in case, we've embedded a video after the break that'll give you a soundtracked version of what we just told you.



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