Mine arrived today and tinkered with it, too. If you've got those larger, snap-on diamond cutting wheels, they're the same diameter as the insides of the shroud. It's made very short work of moving the step 1mm higher.
Yep, Dremel EZ Lock 1-1/2" diamond cutting wheel. I had a worn one and used that first to do some cutting first and once I had the new step ground out, I put on a full cutting wheel and sharpened it up.
Couldn't have put in more than 30 min worth of work like Teecooz.
Sweet! Maybe you've been asked this before, but have you ever considered doing a blueprint of the Obi-Wan saber? Then the collection would be complete!Because I did the perspective matching in 3D, I decided I might as well make an accurate new blueprint of this saber! Complete with grip length and location, for all you accuracy freaks!
Correct. It's a common approach for flashes.MPP, Heiland ( for both their long and "stubby" versions), Busch, and Minicam use some variation of that method.
That's how it is on my original MPP shroud
Interesting. I've always thought there was an inner step that sat on the edge of the flash handle like my Roman's. On the Roman's, the inner step and the screw keeps the shroud level and secure.
Ah! That’s me!