Starwars - Jedi Training Remote full build

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DaBuild

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Hey people!
I know it's been done before many times, but still, I always wanted one for the collection!
The Jedi training remote from Starwars!
Resin printed and machined the side connectors.
I hope you enjoy!
Cheers!
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Dan

 
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cdyoung

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Great job on the build, and especially the individually machined parts. You've got quite an impressive machine setup and workbench!
 

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FolkyPatrol

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Hi Daniel :D
Congratulations for your build, it looks spot on !
Well done with the machined parts too :)
I hope you like the 3D model of the training remote :D
Cheers
 

dz-6489

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looks great. a lot easier then back in the day when I had to comb hobby stores for all the different model greeblies for mine.
 

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DaBuild

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looks great. a lot easier then back in the day when I had to comb hobby stores for all the different model greeblies for mine.

Dam right its easier! But I have a ton of respect for those who still do the complet run down of the pieces.
 

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