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Steampunk Sonic Screwdriver by VincentMDantes Steampunk Sonic Screwdriver by VincentMDantes
This is my take on the classic Doctor Who prop, the sonic screwdriver.

I machined it from a solid brass cylinder and carved the handle from an octagonal block of walnut. The only parts which were not made from scratch are the screws, knobs, and the threaded rod which runs through the middle of the handle.

Tools used: metal lathe, milling machine, files, taps, wood lathe, chisels, sandpaper, steel wool.
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ThetaSigmaIV Jan 7, 2014  Student Filmographer
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AWESOME!
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StarzeroDigital Dec 12, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Hey, it finally has a wood setting.
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:iconbuff55:
You know if  you add gears and motors you could make it spin? I never saw Dr. Who so I don't know what it dose.
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MattsuKun Sep 9, 2013   Interface Designer
It's lovely =D
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:icontheknifemaster67:
that looks so cool!
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FudgeSoap Jul 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fantastic.
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SocialCactus Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I know this is a pretty intense request but can you PLEASE make me one of these. I love the 4th doctor and am compeltely obsessed wiht steampunk. i am willing to pay whatever it costs. email me at SocialCactus@Gmail.com
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:iconashbrad93:
This would be an amazing screwdriver to have
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aireagoir-drage Feb 27, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
This is so AWESOME

Do you sell these or know where you can buy steampunk sonic screwdrivers?
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:icontimeponydwain:
Any sketches From When You Built It? This Is Quite Pritty
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