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PostSubject: Hello from Germany!   May 4th 2008, 7:04 pm

Hi all...

I found this site while googling (nice word *g*) around for some inspiration.
Some years ago I built Props from movies, games etc. - And now I have to realize, that I'm not getting younger... Wink

In the past I collected knives and blades of all kind... Automitc, gravity-released and so on.

I have two projects in progress, both much too early to show something.

The first one has nothing to do with the topics on this board (a "Replicator" - TV-Show: "Stargate - SG1")
The other is more interesting... The alway beloved Altair-Hidden-Blade Wink - But more as a Costume-Prop than a real weapon (In Germany a hidden blade, that is such long, means, that you'll go to jail if someone see's you with it).

But more about my ideas after I'm done with all those posts in the "Assassin's Creed - Blade"-Area Wink

It's 02.06am here... And I really need to sleep :)

Greets from Germany / Berlin!
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Please excuse my bad english... English-lessons are years ago. If you like to, feel free to correct me Very Happy

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I think "Blutgott" is pretty happy, that someone understands him a bit better, now Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 4th 2008, 7:27 pm

Welcome!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 4th 2008, 10:20 pm

Hey Welcome Aboard Trennor!! Your English is pretty good! Glad to have you! In fact we are ALL happy, that weve got someone who will help us understands BG better :)
And out of curiosity, what is the project working on with the SG1 - replicator about? Are you building one? :) Very Happy PhyreBlade
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 5th 2008, 4:23 am

Yes, Phyreblade... I will build a Replicator. :)
At the end it should look like this one (a CG-Model) -> http://img71.imageshack.us/img71/9593/mirko391024x768me2.jpg
(btw: The pic is not from me.)

But first of all I have to find a way to build a single part of it... But this one over 200 times. So it have to be easy and cheap to produce but also be accurate enough to show the keen kerfs on it.
This is a CG-Model of this part: http://www.hyperspacevision.de/Materialien/Props/Stargate%20Replikator/replicatorlargeblock5jh.jpg
(Should be 1.57" x 0.79" x ???)

I'm thinkin about using Resin as material, but Aluminium would be much cooler Wink
A Prototype will be build using wood. MDF (medium density fiberboard) to be more correct.

Maybe I will sell some of my Replicators Wink - Interested, Phyreblade? Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 5th 2008, 2:16 pm

man kann sich hier primer mit schlechtem englisch unterhalten.
das meiste übersetzen die sich hier selbst.
also son englisch deeutsch misch masch is nicht schlimm.

Servus sach de franke zu dem mit deutschen.

gestadten BG - BlutGott.
der Blutsauger hier. Blood is food. Twisted Evil

mit sinza kann man prima reden. sind alle hier verrückt und freakig genug.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 5th 2008, 7:40 pm

BlutGott wrote:
man kann sich hier primer mit schlechtem englisch unterhalten.
das meiste übersetzen die sich hier selbst.
also son englisch deeutsch misch masch is nicht schlimm.

Servus sach de franke zu dem mit deutschen.

gestadten BG - BlutGott.
der Blutsauger hier. Blood is food. Twisted Evil

mit sinza kann man prima reden. sind alle hier verrückt und freakig genug.


Ja, das habe ich schon gemerkt, finde ich klasse. Überhaupt finde ich den Umgangston hier sehr angenehm. Jeder hilft jedem und man ist wirklich daran interessiert, was andere schreiben. Ich wünschte in meinem Forum wäre das so :)
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Blutgott mentions, that most of the german posts in here are translated by the readers by themselves.
My answer (in english of course):

Yes, I mentioned this already. The conversation overall is pretty nice here. Everybody helps everyone and the members of the board are really interested in what someone has to say and what he does. I wish on my board it would be more than here.
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Something else regarding to the words in my post:
If someone is interested to help my team and me with the realization of a online-roleplaying-game feel free to visit: portal.verderbnis.com - If enough "Not-Germans" join the board, I will translate it Wink


For Bloodgott only:
Solltest Du nicht nur an Klingen und Messern interessiert sein, sondern Dich auch für Computerspiele begeistern können, surf mal www.verderbnis.com an. - Dort arbeiten mein Team und ich gerade an einem neuen Online-Rollenspiel :)
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 5th 2008, 10:54 pm

Willkommen

Ich verstehe nur ungefähr Zwanzig deutsche Wörter.

Ich benutze babelfish on-line-Übersetzer, um auf Deutsch zu schreiben.

aber der Übersetzer übersetzt nicht colloquil Bezeichnungen sehr gut.

Ich erlernte vor kurzem, wie wichtige Hauptversalienbuchstaben sind, wenn Deutsches übersetzt wird.

Backen = cheek, backen = bake.

so schreibe ich auf englisch am meisten der Zeit,
und wenn meine Übersetzungen falsch scheinen,
ist es, weil ein Computer hilft, mich zu verwirren.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 5th 2008, 10:57 pm

Hey Trennor, That is a pretty cool idea. Personally, I've always thought that the replicators were impractical; the shape of the individual blocks don't appear to easily lend themselves to securely creating the wide variety of shapes that the replicators assume.
But, if you figure it out, I would be very interested!!! thumb up Very Happy PhyreBlade
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 6th 2008, 4:48 am

@Jerry:
Well... The babelfish only translates word per word. An as you already mentioned, in german are many words with more than one meaning. The cheek-bake-comparison is a good example. - But after all: In most cases babelfish do the job :)

Personally I'm using http://dict.leo.org (in the upper left corner, you can click on "english version").
There are also many english words with more than one meaning :) - Try to search at Leo for "Bedeutung". You will be surprised Wink

@Phyreblade:
At my first look to the Replicators it seemed, that the "blocks" don't fit the shapes of the machines, like you already mentioned. - But at closer a look (and some 3D-Design with Google-SketchUp) I discovered, that if I glue some parts together, the shape always matches the mastermodel from SG1.

In the TV-"Reality" I think the blocks are hold together by somekind of a magnetic field. That's also the reason, why the Replicators can move their legs and so on.
In my case glue will do the job for the prototype. OK... It'll not have moveables parts, but should look quite similar to the original.

The really hard work is to build the parts and count them part by part from stills of the original to get a accurate copy of the model.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 6th 2008, 9:27 pm

Okeydokey then!! Well keep us posted... Looks like it's gonna be a tedious little project... :)
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 7th 2008, 3:18 pm

It seems so, yes. - But at the end I will be glad, to have it done Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 9th 2008, 1:15 pm

Welcome aboard Bruv, are you a Vampire like Bruva BG? Shocked Wink Laughing cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 9th 2008, 3:56 pm

LOL - I'm pretty sure that I am NOT a vampire Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 10th 2008, 8:40 am

Welcome Trennor! It seems you & BG have something in common.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 17th 2008, 6:20 pm

@Trennor:
Mal so ne Idee zu deinen Replikator-Puzzle-Teilen....lass die dir doch einfach mit nem Laser aus Stahl ausschneiden. Frag einfach mal in einem Metallverarbeitenden Betrieb in deiner Nähe nach (oder gugg mal bei ebay...da steht sowas auch manchmal). Hab mir selber mal die Riddick Messer so machen lassen, hat fast nichts gekostet (1mal das Design in den Rechner gegeben, und der Rest ist ja dann nur Materialpreis). Zu den Verbindungen - such mal bei ebay nach Neodym Magneten Wink sind kleine aber extrem starke Biester...

To all you non German guys, I just explained Trennor how to get these replicator-puzzle-pieces the cheapest way - by lasercutting em out of metall.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 17th 2008, 8:32 pm

"To all you non German guys, I just explained Trennor how to get these replicator-puzzle-pieces the cheapest way - by lasercutting em out of metal"

I found water-jet cutting to be cheaper and easier.....depends on your neeeds. If just cutting flat material I'd suggest water-jet cutting, if you need 3D milled parts....little different. But the few lazer cutting places I went to for knife parts sent me to Water-jet cutters. They can cut a 12inch block of Titainium with a water-jet.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Germany!   May 26th 2008, 6:23 pm

Hi all...

First of all:
I'm back from holidays Wink

@stonedjesus:
Heissen Dank... Die Idee kam mir auch schon, hatte nur zuviel um die Ohren in den letzten Wochen, als dass ich mich darum hätte kümmern können Wink - Die Idee mit den Magneten gefällt mir, wobei das ursprünglich geplante Modell geklebt werden sollte. Ich werd mal schauen, inwiefern ich mich da noch umentscheide Very Happy

@SINZA:
Well, laser- or watercut... It depends on the costs for the job at first. Laser should be litte better, because of the notches on the replictor-parts. The very first model will be made out of wood :) - Just to see, how the parts fit and what design the final-model will be.
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