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By AZspidey
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Well since I can seem to get a hold of a scrubber n buffer Im just gonna have to try and scratch build one. So first step is to blue print the giga meter. Im still working on it, but here is what I got so far. If anyone has any measurements they can offer that would be great. Thanks
-Todd


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By Zack
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#119988
I'd love to see this! I remember someone saying it wouldn't be that hard to build and thought they said they were going to see about posting the measurements. I forget if they actually did. I wouldn't mind making one too even if it was a static prop. :boogieman:
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By d_osborn
#121114
that's rad. it's high time someone tackled this... *cough*and offered casts*cough*

cyland made a mention YEARS ago about selling replicas... has anything ever come of this? what about funkzilla's replica? i'm not aware of why he left the hobby... does he still have the molds?
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By gb_dan
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that's rad. it's high time someone tackled this... *cough*and offered casts*cough*

cyland made a mention YEARS ago about selling replicas... has anything ever come of this? what about funkzilla's replica? i'm not aware of why he left the hobby... does he still have the molds?
Cyland makes a lot of promises. Funkzilla got a job with Universal Designs in Toronto and is no longer offering any castings.
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By AZspidey
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#122332
Here is the handle and the top part of the front. These pieces were all laser cut glued and sanded together and are still in their early stages. These are just gonna be for casting, they wont be the actual final prop. And yes if everything turns ok good I might be selling some just because of my lack of money and the horrible economy. We'll see in the end and if anyone is interested. Heres the pics, enjoy!
-Todd

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By AZspidey
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Got some work done on the top part of the body. I just need to add the accent pieces and mold the front rounded part to it. The bottom has been cut and I am just waiting for the resin coat on it to dry. Hopfully I will have that piece finished up tomorrow.
-Todd
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By AZspidey
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Thanks, well as you know I kinda have no other alturnative other than to scratch build it. But it seems to be going along real smooth for right now. I cant wait to get on to the electrical part of it.
-Todd
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By AZspidey
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#123633
Not a hugh update, but I got the front attached and shaved down smooth. I just got to make the front box and the little panels on the sides and that piece should be done. Still working on the bottom.
-Todd
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