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Sep 4, 2010, 11:45:57 PM
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Classic Sonics Up Close by Police-Box-Traveler Classic Sonics Up Close by Police-Box-Traveler
So I wanted to show the classic Sonic Screwdrivers I managed to get up close a little.

In the far back is a very rare Isher Artifacts sound sonic from about 2000 - 2003 or so. It's really hard to get since I don't think any collectors that own one sell them and Isher artifacts no longer makes them. I managed to get one of the LAST ones they had. The next two are recent versions made by RB Replicas and one features sound. The very front row and my personal favorite is an all bronze model made by :iconcarthoris: a few years ago. I haven't featured it in a picture in awhile because I accidentally damaged it when it fell out of my bag and onto pavement XP I managed to fix all the damage but I needed to replace the plastic insert inside the emitter ring and the pin that connects the head to the center core and had to re-tap the core for a new screw since the threads stripped when it dropped and sand and file the damage on the casing buuut it turned out really nice in the end XD
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:iconjayandjames:
jayandjames Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
do you still want your droped sonic
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:iconpolice-box-traveler:
Police-Box-Traveler Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013
Of course. It's a one of a kind...that and I already repaired it a few years ago.
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:iconzender3162:
zender3162 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2011
cool
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:iconcarthoris:
Carthoris Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2011
WHAT?! You DROPPED it?!?! Oh, the humanity!!!!

:D :D :D
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:iconpolice-box-traveler:
Police-Box-Traveler Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2011
I'm afraid so ;__; I felt so bad. I couldn't even look at it for MONTHS afterword. Finally I took it to my workshop to fix it. Took me a few days but I finally got the damage taken out of it. I'm kinda bummed by how much material I had to take out of the bullet so I may have a friend help me make a new one out of stainless steel using the originals dimensions with some of the material restored to the original sizes. Still, it turned out well and I'm very pleased. ^_^
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:iconcarthoris:
Carthoris Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2011
Well, you're a professional sonic collector; you have the knowledge and the power of....um, sonics.

:D
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:iconpolice-box-traveler:
Police-Box-Traveler Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2011
I seem to XD I kept it as original as possible and didn't replace too many parts. I had to replace the black pinwheel in the emitter and the pin the bullet attached to and the screw in the base had to be replaced with a larger cap screw with a beefier thread since that stripped out when it hit the ground. Luckily I was able to retap and thread it over again. I used the machine shop at my previous job. It's OK though, they thought it was for a machine we built XD
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:iconcarthoris:
Carthoris Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2011
:)
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:iconpolice-box-traveler:
Police-Box-Traveler Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2011
It turned out well in the end so That's all good in the end. ^_^
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:iconfulminato:
fulminato Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very nice- and ace on repairing the bronze one! it looks good as new! ♥
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