Building a hero phaser from RShanko shells

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pielock373

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Hello all

One of my current projects is converting a Ron Shanko kit into a "Hero" version, I thought I would share the experience of my reverse engineering thru the Hero pictures on the web.

Collecting the metal for the project.
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Machined an extension tube onto an emitter that I had.
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Cradle for the emitter.
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Machining parts needed.
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P-1 actuator parts test fit before silver soldering it all together.
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Assembly all together, MAN WHAT A LOAD OF WORK!!
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Video of it working, click on the picture.


Second video:


Some quick shots of the P-2
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Starting work on the P-1
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