After acquiring the various other parts... styrene, paperclips, various electronic components, angled 3/4" aluminum, rubber grommets, IV-9 nixie tubes, wire insulation, spray paint, and printing out the PDF circuit board file on sticker paper, I began the construction. Over the two weeks or so while having to go to work etc. I ended up at this point.
A few more days of work and stripping what seemed to be miles of wire insulation, I added the IV-9 nixie tubes.
I had originally purchased the resin kit from Nick-a-tron, and only ended up using the his nixie shelf. I then marked out the spaces for the nixies, drilled and cut the aluminum, painted and then added the rubber grommets for more accuracy to the real Sanyo ICC-808D.
The next step was making the error box.
After a few more days, I added the wire to the error box and installed the nixie shelf. I also added the accurate Murata disc capacitors and then it really started to come together.
After I modified the large capacitor and made the white chips, I reached the home stretch.
Nearly a month later, and completely burned out, I made the daughter board. I then attached the accurate coiled cord, which came from an electric shaver and declared this nearly 100% screen accurate GB1 Belt Gizmo prop done... "It's Miller time!"
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