hardware Luke Macros

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motman241

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We did a show with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra recently, and I needed them fairly quickly, and just detailed enough to be recognized (along with being durable, inexpensive, and lightweight). So, with some awesome detail shots, and some measurements from e few members, here are my progress shots of my ANH Luke Skywalker macrobinoculars.







Total cost = nothing. Just some wood, plexiglass, PVC, various old dollar store camera parts, and odds-n-ends greeblies. Oops, no, sorry. I had to buy the two PVC test caps for a total of about fifty cents. :)
 

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Mr_Creepy

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Thanks for posting those Tom--I still love how you managed to turn that tree trunk into a cool pair of macros. :lol


Hardware building at it's best :thumbsup
 

temponaut

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Originally posted by motman241@Jan 29 2006, 02:25 PM
I needed them fairly quickly, and just detailed enough to be recognized (along with being durable, inexpensive, and lightweight).
All that... and they look great. Most impressive. :)
 

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