Casio MQ-1 installation question

bh19812

Jr Hunter
I did a search but didn’t find anything does anyone remember a specific thread about proper placement of the MQ1 circuit board in the helmet looking at pictures there seems to be a little wiggle room there .
 

bh19812

Jr Hunter
I guess I’ll just keep looking at reference material and see what the consensus seems to be
 

intwenothor

Active Hunter
My point is that not all keyslot sections are the same size across different helmet casts so if the MQ1 piece is a real found part you'll need to be consistent in terms of the helmet you're trying to replicate so far as the cast you're using allows you to; you might line it up on one side but not the other.
 

bh19812

Jr Hunter
My point is that not all keyslot sections are the same size across different helmet casts so if the MQ1 piece is a real found part you'll need to be consistent in terms of the helmet you're trying to replicate so far as the cast you're using allows you to; you might line it up on one side but not the other.
I have an esb fph2 recast sith planet and bought the mq-1 from black tusk workshop but I dont love the cast so I just ordered rafs mq-1 I’ll use whichever is better.
 

RafalFett

Well-Known Hunter
Here's the MQ-1 board mounted behind the ROTJ Hero keyhole (its placement is identical to all the helmets):
Boba-Fett-Costume-MoM-121601A-013.jpg


And the ESB Hero/ROTJ SE helmet:
Boba-Fett-Costume-AoSW-071002-59.jpg


These images shows the inside of the ROTJ helmet:
Heilman Helmet_11.JPG


Boba-Fett-Costume-MoM-121601A-371.jpg


And here's the inside of the ESB Hero helmet:
Boba-Fett-Empire-Strikes-Back-Helmet-06.jpg

AoSW_2002-08-19_Fett_015.JPG


The MQ-1 board is secured in place with some kind of glue or putty and the lower half is closed with a curved piece (possibly the same material as the visor) which is also secured with the same glue or putty.
 

bh19812

Jr Hunter
Here's the MQ-1 board mounted behind the ROTJ Hero keyhole (its placement is identical to all the helmets):
View attachment 173087

And the ESB Hero/ROTJ SE helmet:
View attachment 173095

These images shows the inside of the ROTJ helmet:
View attachment 173088

View attachment 173094

And here's the inside of the ESB Hero helmet:
View attachment 173089
View attachment 173096

The MQ-1 board is secured in place with some kind of glue or putty and the lower half is closed with a curved piece (possibly the same material as the visor) which is also secured with the same glue or putty.
You are the man thank you!
 
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