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Working replica of Plasma Cutter from Dead Space is all sorts of cool

Ever wondered just how cool the Plasma Cutter from Dead Space would be in real life? Patrick Priebe thought so too, and he went on to create a scarily realistic working replica of the weapon.

He spent about 200 hours making the weapon. It shoots five laser beams—three green lasers for aiming, and two blue, 1500 milliwatt beams for burning stuff. The replica can change between horizontal and vertical orientations similar to the game; it also ejects energy packs after every round.

Although it’s not exactly suitable for killing Necromorphs, or anything else for that matter, it’s still powerful enough to cut through wood or plastic. He hasn’t released any instructions or videos regarding the building process. However, you can buy yourself a copy by ordering through his website.