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    Limited Run 3D Scans of 150+ Star Wars Confirmed Donors

    Yeah, the 2 usable files are already "watertight" and printable models. The "Entex Wankel Left Side Pinal 2 Scan.stl" file is a very nice scan that actually even shows the flashing on the original model part. One could digitally trim that off and re-upload that, but the detail as it stands is...
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    Accurate Hero ROTJ Vader Belt Replica

    After some quick soldering and assembling with the leather belt, lightsaber hook, and belt buckle (I didn't photograph the process on those parts this time around...) the belt was complete! And the inner push button green lights on each belt box can latch into the "in" position, as seen in...
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    Accurate Hero ROTJ Vader Belt Replica

    While waiting for some pieces to arrive over the holiday season to let me continue working on my ANH Vader belt run I took a little time to work on another project. I've succumbed to the temptation to also work on some ROTJ pieces, drawn in by the desire to see a fully accurate hero ROTJ belt...
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    E-11 Project

    :lol: I'm pretty sure we're looking at a dividing head on the table of a milling machine, so no spinning danger there!
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    Stormtrooper tube stripes—silk screen mask

    Right on, yeah that looks like an error. I'd say that some masking tape was used on either side of the tube stripes and then the curved lines were hand painted between that. Perhaps that's what Star Wars Helmets was meaning to say. (y)
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    Stormtrooper tube stripes—silk screen mask

    ollyhills, It seems Jez mentions that the ANH stormtrooper helmets had hand painted details several times around the site, which is correct. If there's a mention somewhere that says a silk screen mask was used on the ANH stormtrooper helmets, then it would seem that was written in error. Do you...
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    Adam Savage Builds Luke's ROTJ Lightsaber

    Well the original prop was hand machined, likely without much in the way of design drawings, so it's no surprise there are plenty of "inconvenient measurements". The other thing to consider is that the original was likely machined using imperial measurements, so that might influence some...
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    Graflex flash reflector

    I think this is actually a reflector for a Graflex. That little tab hooks into the square hole at the tip of the swooped cut of the flash like this:
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    Star Wars : "Obi Wan Communicator" from Ep III - Revenge of the Sith

    The silver portion of the matrix pin (that is inserted into the comlink body) is 1.95 mm in diameter and 11.5 mm long. Next is the wider gold band that is 2.56 mm in diameter and 0.79 mm long. Lastly is the striped gold portion that is also 1.95 mm in diameter and 4.25 mm long. There is a tiny...
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    Luke's ANH Belt Length Question

    I'd go with Line 24 Snaps Antique Copper Plate
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    Luke's ANH Belt Length Question

    Either copper or brass, it's hard to say from the publicly available reference. Brass Rivets & Burrs
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    Luke's ANH Belt Length Question

    Yeah, 2" wide scales out perfectly. Wanna Wanga clips look great for this belt! As for d-rings, I'm wondering if they are actually fully round rings rather than d-rings. Obi-Wan's belt features round rings, so it's possible they used the same ones on Luke's belt. They are this type: Copper...
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    Star Wars : "Obi Wan Communicator" from Ep III - Revenge of the Sith

    I just measured my original found part razor and the main body of the handle is 11 mm thick. Hope that helps!
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    Limited Run BRRogers’ Luke ROTJ Hero ‘MoM’ Clamp-cards

    Please mark me down for 1 x "Old Blue" if you've still got stock left! Many thanks!
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    Possible ee3 molex connector part find

    It seems you might have somehow missed the point of this thread. While the identity of the type of connector has been known for ages (and not just on TDH), the specific version used on the ESB blaster has yet to be found. There are 2 little holes visible on the front of the connectors on the...

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