I have exported some of my world into a schematic by MCEdit.

And now I want to print the first layer of my schematic onto paper (since I don't have a 3D printer, I should print it layer by layer)

What should I do?

  • Could you further explain what you mean by "first layer" and maybe describe what you need this printed for? Some screenshots might help also. – Shadowtrot Jul 23 '15 at 2:10
  • I mean the ground layer. the structure is a court and I need the base layer as a map. – AHB Jul 28 '15 at 7:38
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    Do you want just a flat layer or a Papercraft-style thing? – 2xedo Aug 3 '15 at 16:22
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about printing files. – Frank Jan 3 '17 at 2:17
  • @Frank About printing files of a game called Mine Craft. Not every printing file! plus, This problem may happen to any MC player. – AHB Jan 3 '17 at 6:49

Based on the screenshots, I'd say Schematic2Blueprint may be able to do it depending on the blocks involved. Someone aside from the original creator updated it with a lot of newer blocks, too.

Original: http://klaue.net16.net/programme/ownprogs/java/schematic2blueprint.en.php

Updated: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6cpgmka6mmqgjan/Schematic2Blueprint.jar?dl=0

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Update the schematic2blueprint project seems to have been taken over by Inostupid Streams... http://double-helix.industries/applications/schematic2blueprint/#download

It seems to understand purpur blocks and end bricks, but not end rods, or dragon heads.

You can see me preparing and building a statue using it in my video Ant 024 Survival Statue

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    You should summarize the video in case the video ever dies. – Vemonus Jan 3 '17 at 2:34
  • Summery... I use a minecraft client with forge and world edit, explaining world edit does not appear to need match the specific version of MC. Load a schematic I found. Remove the excess of gold blocks, and hollow it out, to reduce resources needed. Then save the schemematic. I show using schematic2blueprint to compare materials used (before and after). I think go to a survival world using resources form a skulker box, I build the statue, showing the s2b window, and show how I keep layers aligned, and how I do block placing for each level. Video is better. – anthony Jan 4 '17 at 4:01

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