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  1. HeadlessHunter's Avatar
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    Aug 15, 2008, 5:20 PM - Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #1

    Ok, I just got home from work to find my shiny new Hasbro Clone Voice Changer helmet, I 'quickly' assembled it (yes you have to snap it together) as tomorrow I will begin the process of converting it to be as AOTC accurate as possible, size wise its pretty good, I am by no means an expert when it comes to Clones but as soon as I saw these helmets I thought they are just right for converting for any potential clone troopers on a budget, hopefully my progress will be interesting if not fast, I have precious few days off at the moment!! Enjoy!!
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    Aug 15, 2008, 6:06 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #2

    oh boy! I'm eager to see how this turns out If the conversion is simple enough I think I'll go out and buy myself one of these
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    Aug 15, 2008, 6:09 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #3

    Well there are a lot of seams to cover with Bondo and of course the visor to fix, apart from that I will be scratch building a neck ring to go on the helmet, if it turns out alright then I may consider getting 1 or 2 copies made for my own personal use
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    Aug 16, 2008, 3:24 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #4

    *Sits down with popcorn*

    This should be good Joe, If it's as easy as you make it look then I may have to buy one myself?
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    Aug 16, 2008, 4:51 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #5

    Ha ha you know that phrase 'bitten off more than you can chew' it may apply to this helmet, there are around 20 screws holding this puppy together not to mention all the wiring which is threaded throughout the supporting plastic, it has been very fiddly so far but I am carrying on, I will have a few pics up soon of my 'gutted' Clone helmet
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    Aug 16, 2008, 4:52 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #6

    Hey Joe, did you get this from play.com?
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    Aug 16, 2008, 5:32 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #7

    I got it from eBay but it arrived via play.com yeah,

    Ok, here I have removed the face support section, this helmet is basically made up of 3 main pieces, here I intend to remove the front portion of the material so I can build up the visor area from inside, this is what it looked like before and the 2nd pic shows how it looks after, and lastly the photo shows the two 'front' sections put together, these two sections are held together by 6 small screws, however I intend to epoxy the main sections together once I'm happy with how much material I have removed, stay tuned, oh and if you are attempting to follow my mods PLEASE USE EYE PROTECTION, the dremel throws up lots of tiny bits of molten plastic so be CAREFUL people!!
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    Aug 16, 2008, 8:14 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #8

    I have one of these helmets too, and have been tempted to mod it, can't wait to see what you do with yours.

    G-Fett
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    Aug 16, 2008, 9:15 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #9

    templates in place to build up the area around the visor, next up, body filer
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    Aug 16, 2008, 11:59 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #10

    Woo Hoo!
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    Aug 16, 2008, 12:21 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #11

    Great work so far Joe...
    So what did you use as the support material? Foamex? Also how did you size the template, by eye?

    *checks pp account for clone funds*
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    Aug 16, 2008, 12:31 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #12

    I used thin sheets of cardboard, hi tech I know I just thought it would be the easiest thing to use seeing as I'm using the body filler right on top of it and for the size templates I roughed out a few sketches and just did it by eye, once all the filler is on and cured I will compare screen shots to get the visor shape better
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    Aug 16, 2008, 12:52 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #13

    Card huh? won't that go a little soft when you apply the filler...
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    Aug 16, 2008, 12:54 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #14

    Just a note. While its a cool toy, don't count on it being 501st acceptable for a clone trooper. That doesn't mean you shouldn't convert it, just a warning for those thinking about using the helmet for a costume.
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    Aug 16, 2008, 1:06 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #15

    This is purely for my own enjoyment, not a costume but its a good point The card didn't go soft with the filler I am happy to report, more pics later
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    Aug 16, 2008, 1:14 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #16

    Quote Foxbatkllr said: View Post
    Don't count on it being 501st acceptable for a clone trooper.
    Good heads up bruv...
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    Aug 16, 2008, 1:16 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #17

    Quote HeadlessHunter said: View Post
    The card didn't go soft with the filler I am happy to report, more pics later
    Dam Joe... I thought I had OCD!
    Can't wait to see the pics bruv... keep it up.
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    Aug 16, 2008, 1:40 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #18

    Is that Obsessive Clone Disorder, I definitely have that, I've been working on this all day long in between gaps in the rain
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    Aug 16, 2008, 1:44 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #19

    Quote HeadlessHunter said: View Post
    Is that Obsessive Clone Disorder
    Yeah that's the one!
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    Aug 17, 2008, 4:58 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #20

    Ok I decided to leave th house last nite for a few hours and so no more phots yet but gimme a few hours and who knows what we might have
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    Aug 17, 2008, 7:16 AM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #21

    Oh look, heres the face plate with a quick blast of primer to help show up any uneven areas of which there are quite a few This is the stage that requires patience, sanding, filler, sanding, primer, filler etc.....

    EDIT: Ok having trouble uploading pictures at the mo, will try again later
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    Aug 17, 2008, 5:08 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #22

    try try again!! here she is with a few in progress shots of trying to get a nice contour to the front, with the filler I'm using its been a bit of a pain getting it all smooth, think its there now though! And a shot with a coat of primer
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    Aug 17, 2008, 5:41 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #23

    That's looking awesome!
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    Aug 17, 2008, 5:59 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #24

    Thanks for the kind comments, its been fun so far, cant wait to slap it all together and see how it looks
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    Aug 17, 2008, 6:07 PM - Re: Hasbro Clone Helmet Conversion #25

    looking great! i just got one of these myself this weekend, and have plans to do the same thing.

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