Sonic screwdriver that works on dead lock seals and wooden doors

Stuffj

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Here are a few pictures of the sonic I made that has the dual capability of manipulating wood and reversing deadlock seals.

Not only does it open/reverse dead lock seals but it also resonates harmonically with wood! The beauty of this device lies within it’s unique construction. To react with wood competently it has six genus of trees allowing manipulation of most medieval doors earthly or otherwise. As for deadlocks they can be set and reversed by deadlock capable sonics. The problem is it is like a key, only the same sonic can reverse one. This “sub” sonic screwdriver is empowered with an actual meteorite. This material began it’s life in the center of a dying star (in fact began it’s death) at this base level it has a familiarity with all matter thus all sonics. Think of it as a skeleton key for deadlock seals! Now obviously it is more complicated than that and I did have difficulty getting the meteorite to operate correctly until I used a section of wood cut from a tree that had been struck by lightning. It seems the ionization of the wood’s molecules permit a flawless harmonic with the meteorite popping the seal every time!

The meteorite named CAMPO DEL CIELO the technical bits are noted below.
Gran Chaco Gualamba, Argentina
27 degrees 39 minutes south, 61 degrees 44 minutes west; 150 m
Polycrystalline, coarse octahedrite, Og.
Group I. 6.68% Ni, 0.43% Co, 0.25% P, 87 ppm Ga, 407 ppm Ge, 3.6 ppm Ir.


The six types of wood are: (starting at the actuator) a ring of gum tree wood actually struck by lightning about 20 feet from my family, cocobolo (the dark wood) the infinity symbol is made of osage orange, the head is tulip wood with a walnut curve and two ebony flanks.

The shaft is made of cast acrylic,


screwdrivers screwdrivers 3 and 4 025.JPG3 and 4 004.JPG
screwdrivers 3 and 4 031.JPGscrewdrivers 3 and 4 028.JPG
 
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I just checked it out. Dang that is huge! I like the way it uses wood but I bet his still cant open a deadlock seal. HA
 
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