Custom Enail: Mario Brick

Custom Enail: Mario Brick


  • Designed, 3D printed, painted, & assembled in the USA
  • Keeps your nail heated consistently and conveniently
  • High wattage electronics are protected with a “fast blow” fuse
  • Strong, rugged, shock-resistant plastic enclosure
  • Standard wiring and XLR heating coil plug (different wiring by request)
  • Color options by request in order notes
  • Free 2-year warranty on each and every controller

*Custom wiring order can be done by request for your heating coil if you already have one you want to use


Pick Up to 3 Colors Using The Picker Field (Will Appear Below) -- Please Email With How Exact They Should Be, Thanks.
  • Options Price: $0.00
  • Product Price: $149.99
  • Total: $0.00

Custom E-Nail Mario Brick from Super Mario Brothers for NES

This brick block figure comes from the great and original #stonergame: Super Mario Brothers. I painted this particular custom enail to resemble the original brick blocks, but they can of course be painted in a variety of shades such as gold or other colors, if desired. I can also make yours look more like any of the other Super Mario brick blocks as well. Also, check out the super mushroom enail, or suggest a different Mario character here.

3D Printed in Portland, Oregon

This custom enail was formed and 3D printed from a laptop located in Portland, Oregon. The printer used for this job was an Anycubic Mega, which is a decent printer for the job in my opinion. It allows me to make a wide range of custom e-nail cases and also accessories such as q-tip holders, nectar stands, dabber/capper stands, and so much more.

Custom Enail Options: Cheapest to Most Expensive:

The easiest way for me, and therefore cheapest, is to start with a basic rectangular or square shape and add raised logo elements to the top. 3D printers print on the sides as well, but it can be more difficult due to the layer by layer additions of material. Some designs in particular are more difficult than others. If there are any “overhangs” or “bridges” they can droop over and mess up the print. Overall there are usually many possibilities to fix these issues, though. To minimize issues and costs from the beiginning, it is best to stick with just a raised logo on top. I can translate your art into the logo if you do not have a vector file or line art ready. I then paint to finish using spray paint or a marble painted method for a modest fee.

Here are some frequently asked questions about e-nails for those may still be curious to get more beginner’s info. If you are looking for more information specifically about which enail accessories you should really check out this guide for all of the best possible options.



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