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Sonic Screwdriver by gfoyle Sonic Screwdriver by gfoyle
Aluminium sonic screwdriver (Tom Baker version). Spring loaded action. I had the parts milled for me and I put them all together myself. Whole thing cost me about £150 to make... ouch! Worth it though.
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PropFan Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2011
this is wonderful, I'm jealous
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NomadOfNorad Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
I bought a lathed aluminum sonic screwdriver in probably late 80s or early 90s, and it looked very much like that.... except mine was literally all one piece of aluminum and NO part of it was movable. COMPLETELY static prop. :D
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Joezilla1991 Featured By Owner May 27, 2010
How did you make it?
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gfoyle Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2010
Hi, The metal pieces were milled on a lathe from aircraft grade aluminium. A few are resin cast. The interior contains a spring to allow 'activation' motion to take place (watch 'Ark in Space' or 'The Sea Devils'.
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Police-Box-Traveler Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008
vey not bad at all! i got one from Russlle's Replicas in the UK. all Aluminum with a powder coated red emitter ring. i did customize it however with some wear and aging. ^_^
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BazookoidBen Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, certainly looks good. I have my own made by a friend, though its unpainted alminum -at least I think it is aluminium-. What is this model made from?
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