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bradberry00

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    David

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  1. Here is what I have so far: — Beta Project Airsoft from Evike. (I am not sure if that is the exact make but all the details look the same. ) — Element M300A Flashlight — Visually accurate Piccadilly scope rail (for the flashlight) — DoopyDoos Scope — Field Marshall replica power cylinders.
  2. Ok, I will admit it...I am more of a Star Wars prop guy than an armor builder. And I am very passionate about accuracy. In the quest for the perfect R1 E-11, I have sourced most of what I believe to be screen accurate — Airsoft Sterling, Flashlight, DoopyDoo's M38 Scope, Power Cylinders...all but two things the Hengstler counter and the t-tracks. I am up in the air on the counter (real or resin?) and most the t-track out there does not have the right profile or is made from rubber...but, I think I have stumbled upon a t-track option that is VERY close to screen accurate. A t-track that has the wide and tall center spine as seen on the R1 blaster. Now there is one issue. The supplier is in the UK and, though I am still waiting to hear back from them, it looks like they may not ship to the US. Would there be — A: Enough interest from you all to order a quantity of this. B: Someone in the UK willing to be the middle man... I 3D printed a sample based on the dimensions supplied by the manufacturer, mockup attached. ------------
  3. Very interested in seeing the finished pieces!
  4. Any updates on this? Curious about purchasing a few of the STL files for personal use if available!
  5. I have two extra sets (six per set) of cam buckles for the 'bed roll' PM me in you are in need of them.
  6. No other option yet huh? Nothing wrong with Jim's necessarily, I am just surprised that it is the only one. I may still go the Sister Margaret Tanktrooper direction and see if I can match the fabric to make the ribbed knee detail myself.
  7. For anyone looking for the brown in a Spray Paint form factor, I tested nearly every widely available brown against the Vallejo "Dark Rust" suggested by Paul. Rustoleum Satin Espresso is a nearly exact match.
  8. I am also working on a 3D printed Shoretrooper (though with different files), I am curious if you have though about the shin/lower leg armor yet? I am worried that the PLA will not flex enough to allow my foot to slide through.
  9. What layer height are you printing at? Looks super fine!
  10. I am starting to research a R1 TK build and am looking for a super accurate undersuit. For the undershirt, I was thinking about going with a Sister Margaret's Gasket Emporium Tanktrooper shirt (not necessarily accurate but nicely made), but they will not make the pants, and I want the ribbing material to match. Maybe if enough of us ask about the pants they will start making them??? I am assuming that the Stormtrooper is similar to the Shoretrooper below, only black with full legs??? Any leads would be great. I am not quite ready to purchase, but I like to have everything planned out before I attack a project. thanks, -david
  11. What did you use to cut the brow trim off with?
  12. I would be very interested in a Chest plate and Back plate when this is ready! Especially if it is vac-formed with resin greeblies.
  13. This is so good. I thought I had myself talked out of building a full Shoretrooper....but then I look at these and I rethink everything. Also...I need to trade my BSP helmet in for an Anovos....its just so perfect. :/ I was thinking of getting a BSP armor kit and converting the applicable pieces into a R1 TK...maybe they will give me a deal on two kits.
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