Welcome to Project Dalek

You need to be a member in order to access our content.


Click Here To Join!


For instant access to the plans and all Forum features, choose Active Membership.


Radioactive Members
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


DalekSupreme4 last won the day on April 25

DalekSupreme4 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

74 Excellent

1 Follower

About DalekSupreme4

  • Rank
    In the Kaled dome
  • Birthday 25/10/93

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Nr Consett, UK

Recent Profile Visitors

1,470 profile views
  1. Did you ask if they could order in a larger sheet of mesh rather than them cutting a larger size mesh? That way if there afraid of revealing their supplier they don't have to.
  2. How do! Where about's in Cumbria are you based. I'm over in Northumberland/County Durham so not too far away. Good to have you back! M .
  3. If you explain what its for you could ask them to order in larger sizes of mesh. Yea, alot of people can't be arsed most of the time when it comes to helping you. Sometimes you get the odd chap whose quite interested but there few and far between.
  4. Lol. Yes, anything could help. Is it the same site Repeatedmeme posted? I'll have a look at the gauge. The closest I've found is the modelling mesh.
  5. That's very interesting! I've never seen one of those before.
  6. I've had a few pictures sent of what the mesh would look like and it's pretty much the same stuff we can get here sadly. Another let down. I am sorry for getting peoples hopes up!
  7. I think the beakers were pushed onto a disc of plywood or black plastic lid in the first film about 12mm thick. Remember you need something for the bulb holder to sit on so a disc of plywood or acrylic would suffice. The number of scenes showing one or more props missing a beaker is fairly common, so I don't think they used anything more than a tight fit, but an additional screw can't hurt on each if you want.
  8. Yes, I saw that. I always laugh at myself because of my Dalek radar... "OH... Dalek!".
  9. A superb suggestion! So we would need to find someone in Montana to send the funds to, they pay for the mesh and shipping and then send the mesh over in batches to each paying contributor in the UK or wherever. Do we know anyone in Montana, willing to place a mound of mesh in their garage? On another note, I was thinking that we could offer it to radio and Jaguar restorers too, so we may not have too much if that's a bad thing.
  10. I told them it was 0.5mm thick but they never confirmed that so I'll check. They use imperial measurements so it should actually be more faithful to the 60's stuff. No, but you'd get a lot of Daleks from it
  11. I did see what you did there John... but if we take a more haphazard approach to the economy, it's most likely that we will see investment growth plummet under the current financial market... Well, I've just got a quote back from the American company for the exact stuff and it totals £824 for 1900 pieces. I'm waiting on what the postage would be on that, but dividing the cost might be easier on the wallet this time if people like it. They also gave me the name of another American company that apparently deals with 'the finer stuff' which may yield a cheaper quote.
  12. I could have said that to begin with but I thought I'd be more like a politician and draw the issue out.
  13. It would be horizontal in that picture. If you look at the brass mesh you can sort of see horizontal lines following the direction of the perforation So the grain is pointing down in this picture.
  14. The grain of the movie Daleks goes in two directions. I meant the grain by the illusion of straight lines created by the perforation overhang of the longest measurement. Unfortunately, the max width they can do is 14" across so you'd have to do four panels instead of three, which isn't so bad.
  15. Where on earth did you find those photos?!?! They're amazing. Thank you James for sharing them with the forum.
  • Recent Status Updates

    • Aussie Kev

      Looking for the close up photo of the portable graphic equaliser deck that Nick Briggs use's with his Moog MF102. Somewhere out there, I have seen this photo of him sitting at a table with the graphic equaliser, to fine tune in the sound of the Moog. Could be used as a reference photo if allowed on the Forum.
      · 0 replies
    • madianm

      Well just an update . I've started finally , thought i'd tackle the base and work up from there. I've been sorting afew smaller things like hemi's and cutting drainage pipe for there surrounds . See how it goes , will post some pics at some stage ! ..Ian
      · 1 reply
    • OutCastDalek

      I finally received the Workshop Manuel today! Now all I have to do is study it. Hopefully I'll start a build diary by the summer. 
      · 0 replies
    • Ferrain

      Printing the front fuselage of DSV2.....
      · 7 replies
    • L'chaim 12

      If a mod would be so kind as to delete the mushnik TDP build, as I'm not going to be building it anymore, I have a different dalek in mind in a few months, but this is just bugging me.
      · 2 replies