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  1. Not too far away then your more than welcome to come for a visit
  2. Hi Martin where in North Lincolnshire are you? i am nr grimsby and have 3 NSDs with me atm if you want to come for a visit to see them Rob
  3. the NSD IS the 2005 Dalek
  4. Hi Jonathan where are you based? All the above advice is sound. I Started with an NSD and have since built a second one and a MK2 Supreme each one was easier than the first, so you will get into it and making mistakes is part of the learning process dont be afraid to make them. Every Dalek is unique and has its own quirks Rob
  5. No problem the vision varies on outside lighting I have a car window tint film inside so if its lighter you get better visibility
  6. I am gutted i missed this event I have been trying for the past 3 years to get there but something always seems to pop up. I will defiantly be there next year :0 What did you all think to the new black Mk2 Dalek Supreme Dean and I have just finished? Regards Rob
  7. Your making really great progress. And once again many thanks for the welding help. Regards Rob
  8. Simon just a suggestion I didn't glue mine I just drill a hole and screwed in a thin wood screw makes taking them apart easier in the future if you ever want to repaint they don't take any weight so a screw in each ring should suffice Rob
  9. Hi Simon I have just made one however i did it in wood. I thought that the originals were wood but I am sure a member who is more knowledgeable will correct me. Wood is loads easier to work with and as I have a wood lathe it wasn't a big problem to turn one. If you need any help PM me. Regards Rob
  10. Hi David I use a company called forward metals very good service and reasonable prices
  11. Thanks for the kind words Russell
  12. Hi all here is the build progress diary of my latest project a Dalek Supreme. The initial idea was to refurbish a really badly built one from ebay. However it was that bad I intended to use the shoulders and build every thing else new. Here is what he will look like when done. I started as many builders do with the base however this Mk2 has two bases the lower one was sourced from a good friend who had made a movie one which was now surplus. Then came the skirt These are the shoulders from the donor Dalek that I had intended to use Test fitting with the lower fender Skirt painted with holes for hemis cut Mock up with shoulders painted and old dalek dome and neck, these will be replaced. Bands are hardwood which will also be replaced He was mocked up ready for the Cleethorpes carnival. With a few friends! However at the end of the carnival we were forced to move with them unsecured and Muto fell off the back of the van and was heavily damaged rendering the shoulders unusable. So after fitting some replacement fiberglass ones and a few repairs later. And new neck rings. It was then onto the dish With new aluminium bands fitted 3D printed by domelights and bulbs fitted Sorry for the long winded post guys I just wanted to get the build diary upto date Rob
  13. Hi Darren welcome to the site. There is another Dalek that lives in Chesterfield called Dalek Dave if you pm me I will give you more details. Rob
  14. It does have a slight blur to its sides and doesn't give a sharp edge but I found it more than suitable for covering the fender. On the Invasion Earth Dalek it just hangs down flat so shape isn't a major issue. I would go with the 3mm as it will bend a bit better than the 5mm if your covering an edge. but if its just hanging down then the 5mm will probably be better
  15. I have used rubber on my NSD fender I used 3mm thick neoprene and it covered superbly well. I am also using the same stuff for my Dalek Invasion of Earth Black Supreme for the lower part of the fender.
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      Sorry it has taken so long to respond but I thought I received an email notification when someone posted something, but obviously that is not the case.
      If you are still interested, email me at mikeandrashida@iinet.net.au
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      Started slowly getting back into this project, 3D printing gun and eye parts for now!
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