This build contains over 3200 LEGO bricks. There’s approximately 800 feet of .50mm single strand fiber optic filament running inside. All of the holes were drilled individually using a Dremel. The lines of fiber were threaded through one by one and then glued in place.
A build by Michael Maupin AKA Helipilot 27 A phenomenal build of an iconic ship from the Star Wars saga ~ Michael takes you through the entire journey. Let’s begin with some still photos. Click on the image to view a larger version in a separate window. You might want to grab some popcorn before […]
William Hauden’s photos guide us thru how he incorporated single strand fiber optic filament into his impeccable build of the 1/72 Fine Molds Tie Interceptor ~ Remote Interceptor Base Lima. William: I built this project for a Star Wars group build last year. It took over 100 hours to build (Nobody ever accused me of […]
A truly amazing recreation of the infamous Death Star. Hard to believe, the photo below is not from the Star Wars movie, but rather a photo of the finished scratch built model embedded with fiber optic filament that was built by one of our customers. This international customers brought this phenomenal creation to our […]
With the release of a new miniature Star Destroyer model, I knew that I had the opportunity to make something that will both fit on an office desk in a non intrusive way, yet had an immediate wow-factor when people saw it. I used the smallest filament available (.25mm Single Strand Fiber Optic Filament) and […]
“Former contributor Arnaud Selesneff (aka DJSLY), shares his impressive Super Star Destroyer” I build the Super Star Destroyer with Korbanth resin kit. It took me three months to complete it. The first step was drilling holes with a dremel for the passage of optical fiber 0.50mm. In total I have used about 500 feet of the […]