Obi ROTSish Hardware Saber

Tan Djarka

Sr Member
The emitter is a sink drain flange and PVC pipe covered with HVAC tape. The wind vane was 3-D printed but I damaged the sleeve, so I cut it off and replaced it with some brass plumbing pipe with the chrome sanded off. I worked in the flare with a pair of pliers.
 

Tan Djarka

Sr Member
Wow this is one of the best hardware sabers I’ve ever seen. Great job!
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Thanks. Oh, by the way, before anyone asks... The activation/circuit board is from a 2005 Obi ROTS electronic saber. It was a little shorter than 2", so I custom made the clamp to the length of the board.
 

Fett_Ish

Well-Known Member
That is fantastic! Curious what you spent on what looks like a pricey prop replica. Well done sir.
 

Tan Djarka

Sr Member
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Not much to see. Just the PVC pipe that makes up the body of the emitter and the lamp parts holding the saber together.
 

DiggsBarklightr

Well-Known Member
That helps, thank you. I was just wondering how wide it was because I’ve seen that thread about using the Tonka truck plastic wheel as an emitter which was a pretty cool idea. Thanks again.
 
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