Here's how to 3D print your own Mr. Meeseeks from Rick & Morty

(Image: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFOjf1oU9rk) (Image: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFOjf1oU9rk)

Rick & Morty has a lot of strange characters—Birdpersons, sentient farts, the always confusing Abradolf Lincler—but few are as enthusiastically, derangedly helpful as the bright-blue problem solvers known as Mr. Meeseeks. And now—provided you don’t mind creating a creature for whom continued existence is an eternity of torment, and which seeks only to fulfill its assigned task and then immediately die—you can have a Mr. Meeseeks of your very own, through the magic of 3D printing.

That’s courtesy of YouTube’s 3D Print Guy, who put together a tutorial (and provided appropriate files) for people to print their own little bright blue helper. Mr. Meeseeks comes in one of two varieties: a happy, youthful version, ready to give a big “Look at me! I’m Mr. Meeseeks!” to the world, and one that’s slightly longer in the tooth, and willing to start entertaining, let’s say, alternative methods to finishing off the problems it was built to fix.

If you don’t have a 3D printer, you can also purchase the Mr. Meeseeks figures from 3D Print Guy’s Shapeways site. (Or the officially licensed plush one, if that’s more your speed.) Meanwhile, he’s also got a video for anybody in desperate need of a plumbus, on the off chance that your home doesn’t already have one. (Schleem and fleeb juice not included.)

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