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  1. Buckeye_01's Avatar
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    Apr 20, 2006, 4:11 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #26

    I would be interested in a full kit as well. I don't think it would look right with the cooling fins molded in. IMO they need to be sharp and crisp, as this is what defines the ROTJ blaster. Did you use an o-ring for the mid chamber ring?
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    Apr 21, 2006, 1:11 AM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #27

    Quote Sidewinder said:
    I'm thinking of doing a casting of the whole lot as one piece, including the Webley bit seen in the pic. That way I could cast up just the finned/white bit or the whole lot depending on what people want/have already.

    There is a handy layout diagram of the rib position on the barrel that I used (Ta whoever). Except it shows the front scope block replacing a section of one rib, whereas I believe it should go between two ribs. The photos of a real prop back this up.

    Ribbed for your pleasure (Scope blocks not fixed in place.):
    :thumbup Your on to something now!
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    Apr 21, 2006, 5:25 AM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #28

    Thanks PW.

    If I did do a mold of the barrel with fins, the castings would be exactly the same as the original - painted up you wouldn't see the difference between original and casting.

    The narrow ring is just a thin slice of the white pipe split and glued on place.

    SAS
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    Apr 24, 2006, 2:43 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #29

    Stock greeblies for your perusal:

    SAS
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    Apr 24, 2006, 3:25 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #30

    Quote Sidewinder said:
    Stock greeblies for your perusal:

    SAS
    I know the small right greeblie is from the Visible V8 model kit.

    Did you make the large left greeblie from scratch??
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    Apr 24, 2006, 3:26 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #31

    This is coming a long nicely!! Excellent work.

    Did you identify the source for large stock plate or did scratch build it?

    Keep it coming.

    Alan
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    Apr 24, 2006, 3:35 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #32

    The large one is a scratchbuild scaled from the small one and the pics of the prop shown.
    Should be pretty bang on size-wise.

    SAS
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    Apr 24, 2006, 3:46 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #33

    Quote Sidewinder said:
    The large one is a scratchbuild scaled from the small one and the pics of the prop shown.
    Should be pretty bang on size-wise.

    SAS
    Wow. I must say that is one of the nicest scratchbuilt large greeblies I have seen so far!
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    Apr 24, 2006, 3:53 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #34

    Soon to be sinking into the RTV West 8)

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    Apr 27, 2006, 1:13 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #35

    Greebly ma stock up!

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    Apr 28, 2006, 2:19 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #36

    Barrels of laughs:
    (2nd pic shows replication of detail)

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    Apr 28, 2006, 2:21 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #37

    Man.. getting one of these is much more tempting now!
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    Apr 28, 2006, 2:22 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #38

    That is some beautiful casting, clean and crisp, very nice!! Are you pressure casting?

    Alan
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    Apr 28, 2006, 2:29 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #39

    Nawp, so I do get some bubbles like on the top corners of some of the fins - but they're easy to fill. I always try to minimise them by mold design and 'squidging' the mold while the resin is liquid.

    SAS

    Quote wizardofflight said:
    That is some beautiful casting, clean and crisp, very nice!! Are you pressure casting?

    Alan
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    Apr 28, 2006, 2:34 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #40

    Man, so how much ?
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    Apr 28, 2006, 2:39 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #41

    How long is the blaster? Could you measure the entire length?

    Also, could you measure the section of the barrel that has the t-tracks?

    I'm curious to see if this is an accurate length.
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    Apr 28, 2006, 2:45 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #42

    Quote Real Scooby said:
    Man, so how much ?
    Man, this post keeps getting better and more interesting... Like RS said.."How much..." or more importantly when are you going to start selling?
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    Apr 28, 2006, 3:00 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #43

    The tube bit between where the webley ends and the fins start is approx 3", the finned bit is approx 8" and the total length is just under 30.5" I scaled it off a bigger version of the pic below.

    PM me for details etc.

    SAS

    Quote Ripcode said:
    How long is the blaster? Could you measure the entire length?

    Also, could you measure the section of the barrel that has the t-tracks?

    I'm curious to see if the this an accurate length.
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    Apr 28, 2006, 4:04 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #44

    Quote Sidewinder said:
    the total length is just under 30.5"
    which is just about exactly the length of my sci-fire one. 2 people coming up with the same number definitely lends credibility to that number.

    hrm... i'll be back at the museum all weekend. i should bring a tape measure
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    Apr 28, 2006, 4:45 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #45

    Quote tk7602 said:
    which is just about exactly the length of my sci-fire one. 2 people coming up with the same number definitely lends credibility to that number.

    hrm... i'll be back at the museum all weekend. i should bring a tape measure
    I'll go home and check.

    The bomb rack greeblie is a known part. Once you know the size of that, you can scale the correct length of the entire blaster. I'm pretty sure the Sci-Fire, which I also have, is too short.

    According to MR the length of the blaster is going to be 32 5/8 long.
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    Apr 28, 2006, 5:30 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #46

    It's not that its too short, its the carbine version.

    SAS

    Quote Ripcode said:
    I'm pretty sure the Sci-Fire, which I also have, is too short.
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    Apr 28, 2006, 10:05 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #47

    Quote Ripcode said:
    According to MR the length of the blaster is going to be 32 5/8 long.
    interesting...

    i'll try to get a side by side shot of mine and the one in the case tomorrow. the scaling will be a bit off since it will be about 3" in front of the one in the case, but it should be easy enough to tell a difference of 2 inches at that distance.
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    Apr 30, 2006, 8:10 PM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #48

    Here's a quick (& crapy) layover. The green is the original blaster, & the blue is a sci-fire blaster. The length seems to be a little short, & on the original it looks as if the stock has been trimed down a bit.

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    May 1, 2006, 4:16 AM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #49

    Quote Sidewinder said:
    Barrels of laughs:
    (2nd pic shows replication of detail)

    SAS
    Most impressive!:thumbup Will the barrel slide over the Webley, I mean how is it connected?
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    May 1, 2006, 8:39 AM - Re: ROTJ Recipe #50

    In that pic its all one piece, the webley bit and the barrel.

    SAS

    Quote pennywise said:
    Most impressive!:thumbup Will the barrel slide over the Webley, I mean how is it connected?

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