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One of the best ear i've ever seen ! Unfortunately there's two of them : p   Good luck with the second !

My squad prepares helmet before polishing.  

OMG! This is super awesome! EPIC!!!!!!!          

Great work :D

 

Trying to do the best as you have done with your Centurion armor build ;)

I'll use your threads as tutorial for mine. By the way, how you make the E-11 blaster with lights effect?

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I used 2 hi-bright LED's and a laser sight from a builders level tool. I placed a LED inside the barrel on both ends facing inward so the light is even down the barrel, I then removed the laser tip from the level tool and fit it inside the front of the muzzle. All three where then soldered to the same wires, one going directly to the + pos side of the battery box and the other I took off the - neg side of the Hasbro circuit board.

 

You can also use cheap toy guns if you can find ones with nice blaster sounds, adding light to these are done roughly the same way, it's just a matter of fining what-polarity is coming off the trigger switching side, if it's + pos you solder the wired there and then the other to the - neg of the battery, if it's - neg coming from the switch then you put the other wire to the + pos side of the battery box. Here is a diagram of what I do with the rubies DL-44's, in this picture I took the neg power from the board but it comes directly from the neg on the battery box.

 

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Thanks thanks :)

But all of the things I did in this thread I have just collected from many other helmet build threads from this forum. I just took the details of what I want to apply for my helmet build :)

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I've got the Echoworks fan bracket system few days ago. Some little tweaks. Replacing the fans (which I will use in my other project ;) ) with the ultra quiet nidec gamma26 fans, it's required 6 X 1.5V batteries, so I replace also the battery racks:

 

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Replacing bolts (that gives the vibration from the fan to the helmet plastic) with the fan "silicon bolts":

 

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And I have quiet fans, hidden battery racks and perfect view of the helmet interior with Echo's brackets:

 

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Very nice! You'll have to let me know what the battery life is on the 6 AAA's as well as if the air flow is good for the 15mm wide fans. I tried some of those but was afraid it wouldn't be enough for most people so I stuck with the 20mm wide ones.

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Very nice! You'll have to let me know what the battery life is on the 6 AAA's as well as if the air flow is good for the 15mm wide fans. I tried some of those but was afraid it wouldn't be enough for most people so I stuck with the 20mm wide ones.

 

No problem, will test. The air flow is very well and enough for me. And there is no "sand in eyes" effect when blowing upwards onto the lense. Even if both working.

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I started to test battery life for my setup, and the fans run of nine consecutive hours and still not over. But I see that the last hour the rpm decreased a little, so will end soon, may be 1-2 hours else.

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