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  1. Eskilax's Avatar
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    Mar 15, 2007, 4:23 AM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #26

    Cruzer ... this is Awesome !
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    Mar 15, 2007, 2:57 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #27

    Im your huckleberry!!!!!


    PM me a price on a Boba set or make it public if you choose!
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    Mar 15, 2007, 6:33 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #28

    Pm being sent
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    Mar 15, 2007, 7:39 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #29

    I just sent a PM.
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    Mar 15, 2007, 8:15 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #30

    PM sent. Incredible work!
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    Mar 16, 2007, 1:01 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #31

    I was going to ask in PM then deceided to ask publicly. What are the dimensions of these little guys? Length and inner diameters?
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    Mar 16, 2007, 3:56 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #32

    Yeah, sure!

    Gauntlet specs:

    Left gauntlet (Boba style with keypad area):
    length 7.25"
    front opening (across x height on all) 2.125" x 2"
    back opening 3.5" x 3.125"

    Right gauntlet:
    length 6.5"
    front opening 2.25" x 2"
    back opening 3.5" x 3.25"

    These dimensions were taken while holding the two halves together with no hinges. Keep in mind the openings will increase/decrease depending on whether or not you recess the hinges and/or trim down the shells.

    Also, for Jango style, the left gauntlet will be shortened 3/4"-7/8" after cutting off the keypad area.

    And both gauntlets can be trimmed down to approximately 6 1/8"-6 1/4" lengths and still preserve the accurate details in the front and back. Any more than that and you'd start cutting off details like the "lips" in the front of both gauntlets and/or undercutting the rocket/hose attachments in the backs.

    TK2280's gauntlets were both trimmed down to approximately 6 1/4" to accomodate his son's arms.

    I've just taken on two orders of the kid gauntlets and am in the middle of two holster orders, as well as working on another similar special project build. So when I begin to wrap things up in a couple of weeks, I'll take on a few more orders of the kid gauntlets if anyone's interested.

    Thanks
    Cruzer
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    Mar 28, 2007, 6:50 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #33

    Just wanted to say Thanks again to Cruzer and all his hard work on this project. He has done a wonderfull job on the gauntlets and I can not thank him enough. They will be the parts that make my sons Jango stand out. With out Gauntlets like this the costume would end up falling short. any one who has a chance to get a pair should jump at it while they can. The workmanship and time put into the detail make them stand out as much as the full size adult sets. Cruzer, Thank you again for all your hard work and time spent on this project.

    Cruzer, also has made my son one h3ll of a Jango girth belt as well. Thank you for doing that. It was a suprise to see it in the box with the gauntlets.:thumbup


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    Mar 30, 2007, 8:32 AM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #34

    Quote Cruzer said: View Post
    Yeah, sure!

    Gauntlet specs:

    Left gauntlet (Boba style with keypad area):
    length 7.25"
    front opening (across x height on all) 2.125" x 2"
    back opening 3.5" x 3.125"

    Right gauntlet:
    length 6.5"
    front opening 2.25" x 2"
    back opening 3.5" x 3.25"

    These dimensions were taken while holding the two halves together with no hinges. Keep in mind the openings will increase/decrease depending on whether or not you recess the hinges and/or trim down the shells.

    Also, for Jango style, the left gauntlet will be shortened 3/4"-7/8" after cutting off the keypad area.

    And both gauntlets can be trimmed down to approximately 6 1/8"-6 1/4" lengths and still preserve the accurate details in the front and back. Any more than that and you'd start cutting off details like the "lips" in the front of both gauntlets and/or undercutting the rocket/hose attachments in the backs.

    TK2280's gauntlets were both trimmed down to approximately 6 1/4" to accomodate his son's arms.

    I've just taken on two orders of the kid gauntlets and am in the middle of two holster orders, as well as working on another similar special project build. So when I begin to wrap things up in a couple of weeks, I'll take on a few more orders of the kid gauntlets if anyone's interested.

    Thanks
    Cruzer

    You Must be a Genius Cruzer, I am new to Star Wars and I decided on doing Jango and your stuff is the best I have seen. When your stuff becomes a little cheaper I may have to hop on board, right now I am getting the basic stuff taken care of.

    Nathan Dennis
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    Mar 30, 2007, 9:52 AM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #35

    Freakin gorgeous bro....NICE!
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    Apr 2, 2007, 4:41 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #36

    Cruzer, the gauntlets are wonderful! You so rock!
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    Apr 2, 2007, 7:45 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #37

    well I have the costume all but done now :P :P all I need to do is make the lens for the mask. and then I am good to go 8) here are some shots I just took today. Let me know what you think








    Thanks again Cruzer
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    Apr 2, 2007, 7:48 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #38

    That costume deserves it's very own thread, where you can post many updates. Good job!!!


    ...and that T-Bone helmet looks just right for him!!! Great Jango!!!
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    Apr 9, 2007, 8:17 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #39

    PM sent
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    May 15, 2007, 12:42 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #40

    PM sent
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    May 15, 2007, 3:17 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #41

    Tuksido, thanks for the question. Due to CIV demands, I'll be molding the kid missile after the event and sending out resin copies to all those who have ordered gauntlets.

    Thanks,
    Cruzer
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    Nov 15, 2007, 9:47 PM - Re: A little Jango gauntlet project #42

    are they still orderable?

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