The PrintCraft server is one created by Paul Harter of http://www.printcraft.org/, version 1.5.0 for CB 1.6.4. It has Paul’s default world with 36 building plots arranged in a clearing in the jungle.
The ScriptCraft plugin is created by Walter Higgins, available at http://scriptcraftjs.org/, version dated 2014-08-23.
How to install:
Just download the zip file from this link and unzip it: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1adh02ri5w2bvff/printcraft_scriptcraft_1_6_4.zip?dl=0
It is a Minecraft server that you run.
How to use:
- Run the server with Run_windows.bat or the corresponding Linux/Mac files.
- Make sure you are an admin: in the server window, type op <your_username>
- In Minecraft, connect to the server by selecting Multiplayer – Direct connect and enter localhost
- Go to one of the plots and press the button to Claim it.
- Create an object with ScriptCraft code. For example, try /js stonehouse(), which was written by a member of CoderDojo Athenry.
- Press the Print button to create a printable version of the object. You’ll get web link where you can download your model.
- Glass, doors, fences and other objects that are not basic blocks don’t render; you just get voids.
- Many 3D printers are single-colour, so bear that in mind.
- If you want to reset your world, copy the one in “BACKUP-world”.
The picture below shows the house created with /js stonehouse(). Follow this link to see its PrintCraft 3D model.