One year later...

American Dragon

New Member
Well guys, here you go, I guess you can say my four proton packs are DONE.... Just added the labels and am I glad to be over with it. I have been working on these packs for the last year. I am estimating I have spent well over $1,600 in supplies, electronics, etc. I still have all my receipts so I will be sure to someday type all those up and give you all a good idea of what it costs to put packs like these together.



























Here is a classic photo of the packs in the beginning. IsnÂ’t it beautiful?



Currently in the works are 2 traps. The doors open manually and plan to add some static LEDÂ’s in the traps. I still have a lot of work ahead on these so wish me luck.






This is my personal KUD meter. A definite one of a kind.

 

Soundwave

Sr Member
Let me be the first to say...WOW. Those look fantastic.. I love the before and after photos too, it all looks very very impressive to me, defo money well spent. :)

Many thanks for sharing, those look awesome.
 

AlltoEasy

Well-Known Member
Very nice dude. I have to have one, its one of those must have props. maybe one day when i stop being a lazy bum :lol

Dan.
 

OPPI

Well-Known Member
Is there a website or builders group that has the blueprints for making these from wood and other materials as you did. Looks great and seems like a very do-able project. I dont even really need mine to be 101% accurate just as close as i can get and yours look out of this world. LMK if you can give up any helpful resources for scratch building one

thanks
dan\
 

Remo

Well-Known Member
AAron, fantastic job on those. Will you be bustin' at Wizard World Chicago this summer?
 

kdawg1

Sr Member
Wow those are really sweet. Thats one of my next projects I've got the plans just no time.

Great job fantastic. You should be proud.
 
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