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    Default Black Mamba

    224 separate parts per saber (not including electronic components).
    167 machined,
    63 hardware (12 modded after purchase),
    12 pieces of stainless steel braided wire,
    1 piece of stainless steel conduit,
    1 crystal










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    No one commented yet!!!??? Let me start by saying This, Is, Totally, WICKED!!!!!
    This'l be one of my few subscribed threads.

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    Beyond incredible!

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    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?
    We all have to start somewhere. The journey is all the more impressive by our humble beginnings.

    http://led.linear1.org/1led.wiz for the lazy man's resistor calculator!
    http://forums.thecustomsabershop.com...e-to-Ohm-s-Law for getting resistor values the right way!

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    *whistles*
    --------------------------Cadence--------------------------

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    Would be completely unbelievable if it wasn't Acerocket. All the kudos
    wsoFB by Nathan Barnes, on Flickr

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    That has some seriously good machining on it. Looks alien looking to me, great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jediseth View Post
    That has some seriously good machining on it. Looks alien looking to me, great work!
    I agree, it does look alien. I have to say this a second time, crazy good work on this one acerocket. I can't get over it. Everytime I look at it again I am amazed.

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    Very impressive

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    That’s the most creative idea I’ve seen. Plus, the craftsmanship is awesome. That’s a very nice saber!

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