STAR WARS - The Acolyte lightsabers

does the bottom of those lightsaber stands slide out so you can increase/decrease the angle of the saber? Those would be cool stands for someone to make.


And

 
There's something on these props that look hand made, especialy the one used by Carrie Ann Moss. It doesn't seem perfectly straight and symetrical.

I like that for a change, everything has been so perfect and 3D printed and machined lately.
 
It’s definitely an interesting design evolution, when you look at the entire history of lightsabers.

The Acolyte hilts appear somewhat “beefy” and having some substantial “weight” to them.

100 years later, the tech appears to advanced and you get to the “skinny” lightsabers of the Prequel era.

By the time you get to the OT, the hilts appear to be somewhere between the skinny prequel look and the beefier High Republic look, almost like the resources available to create the skinny prequel hilts are not as easily available, during the latter half of the Clone Wars, leading a slightly beefier / retro hilt design.
 
It’s definitely an interesting design evolution, when you look at the entire history of lightsabers.

The Acolyte hilts appear somewhat “beefy” and having some substantial “weight” to them.

100 years later, the tech appears to advanced and you get to the “skinny” lightsabers of the Prequel era.

By the time you get to the OT, the hilts appear to be somewhere between the skinny prequel look and the beefier High Republic look, almost like the resources available to create the skinny prequel hilts are not as easily available, during the latter half of the Clone Wars, leading a slightly beefier / retro hilt design.
But just prior you have some pretty elegant looking sabers. An Elegant Weapon: Get an Up-Close Look at a Lightsaber from Star Wars: The High Republic - Exclusive
 
It’s definitely an interesting design evolution, when you look at the entire history of lightsabers.

The Acolyte hilts appear somewhat “beefy” and having some substantial “weight” to them.

100 years later, the tech appears to advanced and you get to the “skinny” lightsabers of the Prequel era.

By the time you get to the OT, the hilts appear to be somewhere between the skinny prequel look and the beefier High Republic look, almost like the resources available to create the skinny prequel hilts are not as easily available, during the latter half of the Clone Wars, leading a slightly beefier / retro hilt design.
Except lightsaber tech is already thousands of years old by now. This isn't a tech issue, it's a design choice.
 
The new Star Wars series, The Acolyte, will introduce Pip: a chipper, handheld repair droid.
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The production designer put Pip into a
US M-1956 M16A1 Ammunition pouch designed for the M16 20 round magazines. This magazine pouch was designed especially for the short 20 round M16A1 magazines.
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The M-1956 Load-Carrying Equipment (LCE), also known as the Individual Load-Carrying Equipment (ILCE), was developed by the U.S. Army and first issued in the early 1960s.
Any ideas on the strap?
 
It would appear Torbin has a hilt quite similar to Jecki's:

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