juliet76
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Fitter and turner in the mechanical seal industry

juliet76

Member, 43, from Brisbane, Australia

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    1. Spartan 43
      Spartan 43
      Hi, I am thinking about making a "Reach Sniper Rifle" - but the shell will encase my airsoft VSR10 - Do you have a Blueprint of Sniper rifle bro? - great work, truly a commited devotee to the halo universe

      Mendez would be proud. lol :)
    2. Brandon McClain
      Brandon McClain
      Happy Birthday big guy! Thanks for all of your many contributions! I hope this is your best year yet!!
    3. Savagegiggles
      Savagegiggles
      Yeah I'm not really into using the emotes (:
      I make my smileys different on purpose : D
    4. juliet76
      juliet76
      @monk1junk1- No bloop gun blueprints that I'm aware of yet. One of my albums linked to the M6B has reference pictures though. Link4044 is part way through a build on one, but he probably won't get back onto that until the CNC'd MA37 is finished.
    5. monk1junk1
      monk1junk1
      Juliet, thanks for the pics, but i think i would also need some dimensions, so i'll just wait untill you get around to it, im in no hurry, just shoot me an email if you finish them, my email is in one of my previous messages :)

      oh, also do you know of any grenade launcher blueprints??
    6. juliet76
      juliet76
      @ Sniper T53- Glad you like the blueprints. As for a more detailed blueprint of the machete- sorry mate, that's not how it works 'round here. I try to give the main dimensions so it can be scaled fairly accurately. The two most common methods of using hobby prop blueprints are- 1) printing the blueprint to the full size and cutting out the views to use as templates. 2) Doing a normal printout of the blueprint and taking measurments with a ruler then scaling them up to the dimensions given.

      Now in engineering it's a definate no-no to take dimensions off of a drawing, but this isn't engineering it's a hobby, and a great one at that. And when people like Leekegan and S1l3nt V1p3r can get the sort of results they do with limited dimensions listed it's hard to argue with results like what they come up with.

      Welcome to the world of hobby prop building my friend. ;)
    7. Sniper T53
      Sniper T53
      dear sir i like your blue brints for UNSC knives, im particularly fond of the Machete, i was wondering if you could make a print with a bit more specific measurements, im real big on realism and want my grunt cleaver to be just perfect. you can reach me at kidbuu51@yahoo.com thank you in advance have a nice day
    8. juliet76
      juliet76
      @ Matteo304- Sure you could use a bandsaw instead, depending on the size of your blade and experience with it would determine how much clean up work you'd need to do.

      @ monk1junk1- I'd like to draw up a set myself but have't had the time and won't before the release of Reach. The same question was aked by Cirkob5477 the other day, here's all the help I could give him- http://www.405th.com/showthread.php/27330-M6G-*B*-Blueprints?p=445982#post445982 ;)
    9. monk1junk1
      monk1junk1
      lol forgot to put in my email dansgeo@gmail.com :)
    10. monk1junk1
      monk1junk1
      hey juliet, do you know of any halo reach pistol blueprints? i'd really like some but i don't know where any are :)
    11. Matteo304
      Matteo304
      Hey for your Heroic Shield Can you use a band saw instead of a scroll saw?

      Matteo304
    12. juliet76
      juliet76
      @ Cubic Omayga- Not too far away, I'm at Kedron.

      @ RedWolf- The short answer? With time, paitence and sharp tools. The way in which you could make stuff out of timber from my blueprints are as varied as how different people draw the same picture. If you're a beginner I'd recommend checking out in detail people like Lee, S1l3nt V1p3r and smick6's build pictures, as well as different wood working forums.

      If you're intermediate, most people print the blueprints out at full size and take measurements from off of that for the various parts. Hope that's of some help.

      Note: I'm currently reviewing my dimensions on the MA37 and will be doing the same on the M45, keep an eye on the blueprints thread for the results. If I find that the sizes need to be changed for better builds I'll re-release them with new dimensions.
    13. Cubic Omayga
      Cubic Omayga
      Hey, it happens that we both live in brisbane and i was wondering if you live near the petrie area?
    14. RedWolf
      RedWolf
      Hi there, I've asked a similar question to Leekegan, I've seen your reach Assault Rifle and shotgun blueprints and was wondering, how would I make those weapons out of wood?
    15. juliet76
      juliet76
      Yep, I mentioned it in my post letting know that the kukri was up. Should have it up within the week.;)
    16. xlovex
      xlovex
      do you have a blueprint of emiles sword WITH the holster
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    Birthday:
    Feb 17, 1976 (Age: 43)
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    Brisbane, Australia
    Occupation:
    Fitter and turner in the mechanical seal industry
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