But not just any barrels, barrels that let you build a large number of possible barrels. We have open lids, closed lids, bung holes, corks, water, fire, rocks, or fill them with bits!
Shout out to Ryan Beasecker, I nicked the idea for cutting the top of the barrel off from his barrel on the barrel cart
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1) Pick a barrel middle: Barrel, Barrel with bung hole, Barrel with a cork in the bung hole.
2) Pick ends for both sides. There are 2: open and closed. If you want a solid barrel, print two closed ends. You can make a hollow barrel with two open ends. You can make a barrel that's an open container with one closed end and one open.
3) Fill the barrel with something if it's open (or not). Right now this ships with 3 interiors: water, fire and rocks. If you remix your own, water makes a nice starting point. You can also fill the barrel with bits from your collection. Pictured we have a barrel full of skulls, and another filled with weapons.