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Kal Argos

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As usual, some really great work. The scanner is awesome! Kudos to you sir.

What show is the second screen display from? What graphics program did you use to make the screens?
 

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renaissance_man

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As usual, some really great work. The scanner is awesome! Kudos to you sir.

What show is the second screen display from? What graphics program did you use to make the screens?
Hi Kal, thanks for the positive feedback.
I covered the graphic back in post #8 so I'll just copy and paste that reply below and add to it.

I had access to photos of screen used scanners and their various graphics. I recreated the graphic in Corel Draw, reverse printed it on acetate then clear coated it. It's a very effective way to produce a graphic that can be backlit.

I used the same method on the MACO scanner, Phlox scanner, Daniels' scanner and T'Pol scanner.

I'll be recreating the 4 graphics I had access to and using those for more of the Enterprise scanners I'm working on.
 

Lt Washburn

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What's the story on the Trip's engineering tool? Is that a found object that you identified, or something modified, etc.?
 

renaissance_man

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What's the story on the Trip's engineering tool? Is that a found object that you identified, or something modified, etc.?
It's a found item which was rare as hen's teeth even back in the mid 2000s when I went looking for it.
It's a Streamlight Stylus. Very hard to get the knurled grip version which is the accurate one used on Enterprise rather than the ribbed grip. There are 3 cell versions around now but this is the shorter 2 cell version.
 

AJK001

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It's a found item which was rare as hen's teeth even back in the mid 2000s when I went looking for it.
It's a Streamlight Stylus. Very hard to get the knurled grip version which is the accurate one used on Enterprise rather than the ribbed grip. There are 3 cell versions around now but this is the shorter 2 cell version.
Of course it was rare ever back then. That seems to have been the case with a lot of the found props that they used throughout the different versions of Star Trek.
 

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