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Serenity Made from a CD-Rom Drive: Shiny!

by Conner Flynn
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You can’t take the sky from me. But if you have a spare CD-Rom drive you can try to make a miniature Serenity ship like this one from Daniel Shankalonian, but it wouldn’t turn out nearly as good I’m sure.

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He built this little ship using parts from a CD-ROM Drive and bits of an old Dell computer. I love all of the little details. These are handmade, so they take about a week to complete and the design might vary slightly based on the parts available, but I really like what I see here.

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Daniel has many other cool recycled items in his shop, including that cool Batman Tumbler made from old PlayStation 2s.

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