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    Check out the FX-Sabers forums. They have a...

    Check out the FX-Sabers forums. They have a buy/sell section there. It's ALLLLL the way down at the bottom.
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    Yep, a day or two for in-stock items without any...

    Yep, a day or two for in-stock items without any modifications. If it's anything that requires custom work, it can take longer.

    For orders with custom work (powder coating, assembled blades,...
  3. The easiest solution would be to make your parts...

    The easiest solution would be to make your parts out of brass. I know TCSS has a few pieces made out of brass, but not too many. You could email and ask about getting a custom piece made.
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    The battery will have a maximum output, but...

    The battery will have a maximum output, but that's limited by the protection circuit in the battery. Your components will determine the actual draw. Think of it as that the battery doesn't push...
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    The difference in those online calculators lies...

    The difference in those online calculators lies in how they round their results. I know for a fact that the 2nd one on your list will never give a result of less than 1 ohm.

    Once you've figured...
  6. I don't see anything missing from that list.

    I don't see anything missing from that list.
  7. You can't use a BuckPuck with the Nano Biscotte. ...

    You can't use a BuckPuck with the Nano Biscotte. The voltage requirements for each are incompatible with the other.
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    It's not a lost cause, but you're in for a bit of...

    It's not a lost cause, but you're in for a bit of work. Do a Google search for a "cylinder hone" and you'll find a tool that can help you increase the inner diameter of your shroud. I've had to do...
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    A little poster putty would also do the trick,...

    A little poster putty would also do the trick, and you'd be able to remove the speaker if it ever became necessary to replace it.
  10. Yes, you can do that without trouble.

    Yes, you can do that without trouble.
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    Interesting. I don't think you'd be able to do...

    Interesting. I don't think you'd be able to do any kind of sparring besides light taps, but it'd certainly look cool.
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    That's an odd switch. It sounds like you've got...

    That's an odd switch. It sounds like you've got a NC (Normally Closed) switch, but it should come back on after the switch is pressed a second time.

    Do you have a photo of the switch, and your...
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    The outer sleeve of the saber typically has a...

    The outer sleeve of the saber typically has a plunger that presses the real button in the chassis.
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    Our eyes don't perceive brightness on a linear...

    Our eyes don't perceive brightness on a linear scale. It's more akin to a logarithmic scale. Standing inside a well-lit office building seems roughly as bright (to your eyes) as standing outside on...
  15. You can get 12v in a NiMH setup. 1.2v x 10 cells...

    You can get 12v in a NiMH setup. 1.2v x 10 cells = 12v. As for li-ion, you'll be getting 14.8v in a 4 cell setup, or 11.1v in a 3 cell setup (uncommon).

    You might check one of the various RC car...
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    I've got one of the old Acerocket pommels (from...

    I've got one of the old Acerocket pommels (from before they were sold at TCSS), and it *looks* very close in dimensions to the v2 parts. I don't have any v2 on hand to check it against. So it's...
  17. Grab a label maker (or just a piece of tape) and...

    Grab a label maker (or just a piece of tape) and fold it over the wire near the plug. It should look like a little flag. The flag can be labeled with the appropriate voltage, and you'll always see...
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    That is a truly impressive saber. I forget, how...

    That is a truly impressive saber. I forget, how long has it taken to go from the drawing board to a completed saber? A year? Two?
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    Sticky: You should be able to safely ignore that third...

    You should be able to safely ignore that third wire.
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    Welcome to the forums! I would caution you...

    Welcome to the forums!

    I would caution you about watching your wallet with this hobby, but I'm sure you're aware of the dangers with all the other props you've built. :)
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    You *will* need a resistor on the Lime. I...

    You *will* need a resistor on the Lime.

    I would use a resistor on each LED. If you're using a sound board, it can act a bit goofy with unresistored LEDs. Even if you're not using a sound board,...
  22. You'll need to contact Pololu Robotics and...

    You'll need to contact Pololu Robotics and Electronics for that. I believe they're the manufacturer of that particular board.
  23. Do you mean this one? ...

    Do you mean this one?

    http://www.thecustomsabershop.com/Assets/ProductImages/MtoL2.jpg

    It's on the store page you linked.
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    The store has a FB page. ...

    The store has a FB page. https://www.facebook.com/The-Custom-Saber-Shop-163181440369599/

    Traffic on the forums comes and goes. Sometimes it's really busy, other times it's not.
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    Curved pieces have been on the wishlist for a...

    Curved pieces have been on the wishlist for a long, long time. Most people end up using Rainbow vacuum cleaner wands, or bending their own out of various materials (pvc, aluminum tubing, etc).
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