With the release of Avengers: Infinity War right around the corner, Marvel fans are more than ready to take the cosplay to new heights. YouTuber The Hacksmith did just that by making the ultimate Hulk fist recently and using it to smash stuff to smithereens.

The Hacksmith is known for using his engineering background to attempt to make real-life versions of some of Marvel's most popular weapons and powers, including Spiderman's shooting web, Thor's hammer, and even Black Panther's claws.

This time, he made a model of the Hulk's mighty green fist using software that would typically be used to 3D print plastic parts to create laser-cut pieces of steel instead. He followed a pattern before stacking and welding them together, and the result is a 30-pound, heavy-duty fist that can make its way through literally anything you put in front of it, including a whole cinderblock. After welding and cooling the fist, The Hacksmith added the perfect shade of Hulk green spray paint to really bring it to life. 

The Hacksmith and his friends then went on to smash a keyboard, a glass table, a clock, a giant light bulb, and more cinderblocks. Even pots and pans got the work. The video, like the rest of The Hacksmith's channel, is a testament to the fact that Marvel technology might not be as far-fetched as we all think. Well, except for whatever Shuri made in Black Panther. We'll never catch up.

Avengers: Infinity War opens April 25, 2018. Check out the full video of The Hacksmith making his Hulk fist above.