A client paid me to do a stimpack, been asked but nobody ever felt like paying for it. the crossbar is too short and must be re-made, needs to be painted, decal for the dial applied, etc. but it's finally almost finished. would have been done a week ago if I hadn't kept encountering issue with materials.
A tutorial on the Stimpack would be much appreciated! Thanks! And the inaccuracies aside, this one looks really great.
it will require some specialized tools such as a drill press and hole saws, but I certainly will put one together as I build the one I am going to keep.
That looks pretty spot on, mate!
thanks, I do my best. The crossbar bit bugs the shit out of me!
very authentic build nice
thanks man. it has been an epic pain in the ass. the next one is for me and it will be so much easier. I may do a tutorial for those who want to build one. never know.
I'd be pretty interested in a tutorial if you make one, just putting my foot in there (:
it's people chiming in that will make it happen!
I would love that so much lol. Even though i'm really bad at making things that involve power tools of any kind so...yeah I hope it's an easy tutorial lol.
Also is the Fixer just an altoids tin?
the fixer is an altoids sized tin with waterslide transfer paper on top. the tins are from www.specialtybottle.com but shipping is NOT cheap so I order in bulk to make up for it. this DID involve a drill press to make the dial, but the rest is hand tools. pretty sure most fallout fans won't have the proper tools though. need a pipe cutter, hacksaw, razor saw, drill press, hole saws, and a few other things.
Ah but thats just it all of those are "power" tools. Pretty sure my dad has every single tool known to mankind but I'm to scared to use them and I don't think he would help me lol.