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This Homemade Super Star Destroyer Has Lights and Sound, Our Hearts

 |  |  |  |  January 28, 2015


If you thought that this Super Star destroyer was from The Force Awakens, it’s not. But if we see a Star destroyer that looks even half as cool in the movie, I’ll be happy. This custom ship model was built by Fabio Delfino and is based on the Star Wars: Dark Empire comic books.

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This Eclipse-class Super Star Destroyer is amazing. Not only does it look amazing, but it also has a bunch of lights and sound. It is 44″ long in all. The huge ship has over 3,000 pieces and took about eight months to build. I bet you could film a movie using this as a prop and it would totally look great.

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Check out the full specs below:

  • Working time: about 8 months + several months for the renovation of the original base.
  • More than 3 thousand pieces (estimated)
  • Scale: 1:15625
  • Length: 112cm / 44″
  • Height: 64cm / 25″
  • Width: 70 cm / 27,5″
  • Weight: 4,5 Kg / 9lb
  • 7 meters of led strips
  • 3 50cm strips of led in sequence
  • 2 Red flashing Leds
  • 1 Bluetooth Speaker
  • 4 switches + 2 switches for speaker power on and volume
  • 10 meters of electrical wires and welds
  • 2 12v AC power adapter and 1 5v USB for the speaker
  • 1 Illuminated support (multicolor RGB) with imperial logo and technical details

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[via Nerd Approved]



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