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Tk7273 last won the day on March 8

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About Tk7273

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    In the Kaled dome
  • Birthday 07/02/73

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    Mansfield Nottinghamshire

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    All things syfi and fishing

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  1. Thanks your the first person to recognise what's on the ID tag
  2. Thank you I'm glad you like him :)
  3. This daleks been a long time in the making i look forward to reading some progress i like the colour scheme your going for :)
  4. Location: kirkby in ashfield uk Name: dalek Ron Hi dalek Ron is made from mdf with a fibreglass dome i started building a 80s renegade supreme dalek but half way through i decided to customise him so i added the nsd style neck cage and cowling on the dome and painted him in a stormtrooper style colour scheme
  5. Hi Thanks for your kind comments much appreciated :)
  6. Hi i think it's about time to showcase dalek Ron ever since I was a kid with my mums Landry basket over my head and a plunger in one hand a whisk in the other i wanted to be a dalek.So now im older i was determined to have my very own dalek but didn't know how to achieve this until i came across project dalek . I started off by wanting to build a renegade supreme dalek so armed with a few basic tools after a couple of weeks doing research i set a budget of £300 ( my missus did ) and went out and bought the materials i needed Dalek Ron is made mainly out of 12mm and 2mm mdf with a fibreglass dome . As i was building Ron i decided to customise him so i added the nsd style neck cage and nsd cowling on the dome i think it works quite well i aslo decided to paint him stormtrooper colours as im a big star wars fan . I am very pleased with the results it turned out better than i expected i added a martmod mk 5 for his voice which is excellent and the totally cost of building ron including the martmod is £456 . I took Ron on his first trundle at the weekend for a fancy dress party and everyone loved him he even came back in one piece nothing fell of and the kid's did try . I would just like to thank everyone that has contributed on the project dalek forum because if it wasn't for all the information on here owning my own dalek would not be possible THANKS
  7. Hi dalek Ron had his first proper outing yesterday at my missus fancy dress birthday party and he did well nothing fell off and hes still in one piece.even some kids were swinging off his plunger and it didn't fall off . Just a couple of things need modifying the seat needs to be a little bigger and one of the castors kept sticking so that needs replacing. Well please he made it through his first trundle :)
  8. Looking good so far keep up the good work
  9. Looking good so far keep up the good work :)
  10. Hi i would be up for this with dalek Ron i have two kid's with autism so this charity would mean a lot to me :)
  11. Hi im very interested to attend with dalek ron just got my first proper outing with him in just over a week for my missus fancy dress birthday party. And if he holds together and don't fall to bits count me in :)
  12. Hi I've just watched your videos they look very professional i like it .I think your doing a cracking job there building a dalek and you shouldn't have to many problems.looking forward to following your progress and good luck with your build :)
  13. Hi and welcome go for it bring it back to life a neglected dalek is not a happy dalek show it a bit of love and resurrect it :)
  14. Hi i wanted 3mm mdf for my panel's but I could only find 2mm locally and i think it only cost about £7 for a 8ft x 4ft sheet to do all the panel's and it was easy to use I think most people just use what's available at the time :)
  15. Hi that would be great one day good luck with your build
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    • chris harper

      Saturday spent fixing first bit of 6mm bendy mdf to my shoulder frame, I had a couple of clamps but a friend lent me about 8 and needed every one. My son in law loaned me his multi tool which cut like a dream, however, he needs it for work so had to give it back so went to Wickes and bought one for £25, a bit cheaper than his top of the range model but it still does a great job. Have fibre glassed my dome plug after waxing the he'll out of it, fingers crossed it will come off ok.
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