Sep 6

Flashlight movement management


I found an upgrade to the Husky flashlights that allows you to either have a free moving flashlight or lock it in place using 3 o-rings and electrical tape (which will eventually be replaced by ribbon) as a way to retrieve the flashlight.


Sep 7

A new development! Instead of placing the 2 o-rings over the electrical tape strip on the end cap, place them under the strip. This seems to help prevent the o-rings from traveling.

I've figured out a better way to keep the flashlight in place. Similar idea, but using slightly smaller o-rings to help prevent the o-rings that provide the tension from traveling.

New Posts
  • After going through the whole Forum so far (11/8/2019) I noticed something missing. There are no videos/instructions/plans or anything about actually building the swords, unless....Its like one of those puzzles or treasure hunts where there are clues spread all over the website. I mean by eyeballing the samples shown so far I'm sure I can put together a decent version of of the sword, I just don't want to make it look like I'm doing my own thing. So again i ask- - - Where's the beef?
  • In his assembly video, Ryan gave the tip about applying hairspray to the blade and inside surfaces of the grips to help facilitate placement of them onto the blade. It works great! The drawback to this is moving or removing the grips (in the case of a damaged blade or other reasons). Once the hairspray has dried and set, it acts similarly to a contact cement. This results in the grips not being able to be moved without moving something on the inside to break the seal. I carefully used a Allen Wrench to slide it along the inner surface of the grips, but it still takes a lot of work. If anyone has any suggestions or tips that they have tried, please add them in the comments.