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Thread: My Latest 1" OD stunt saber hilts.

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    Jedi Initiate Ripper's Avatar
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    Default My Latest 1" OD stunt saber hilts.

    Hi every one. Ripper here. Here are a few pics of my latest builds. All sabers have a 1" OD and are a combo of aluminum and copper parts. All powered by a 14500 li-ion battery and the hits are around 11 to 12.5" long. There's a white P4, Red RS and a RGB LED given to me by a friend. Sorry if my info seems lacking but I hate typing and I really suck it and spelling. (^_^) But my goal is to make a fun sized saber that is easy to spin and super light. Just because of what people say about how heavy there sabers are. I have not added sound only because I have not had a chance to get my hands on a nano yet. witch will fit. and then sound can be added. Wel the pics are below, I hope you like.

    Thanks for looking guys!! The last one has a red too. I just didn't take the pic for some reason. I thought I did. anyway thanks for looking.
    Last edited by Ripper; 11-12-2013 at 04:01 PM. Reason: add vids

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    Those look pretty good. Layered parts, fairly streamlined. Maybe a little rough around the edges on the first one, but it appears to be a sith saber

    Good job!
    We all have to start somewhere. The journey is all the more impressive by our humble beginnings. for the lazy man's resistor calculator! for getting resistor values the right way!

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    Always nice to see your stuff Ripper. Really like what you did with the shrouds!

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    Cool! I was wonder why people are pushing for smaller hilts lately. Most of the hilts I've built I don't find too heavy or difficult to grip and can duel for 15-20 mins before tiring. But then again I do a lot of mopping. hehe

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