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Thank you so much. We'll wait and see ;)
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yours looks very cool too. I like the drilled holes for the city optic - but I have to protest - mine is the best daughter on this side of the galaxy ;)
Thank you so much.
it is, that's why the name of the original product is in the headline
They are grerat and so on point - love them. Awesome idea
you had me at cookies ;)thanks, I was very surprised that I was featured but I love it (of course)
and there's even a remote controlled version here on Instructables -http://www.instructables.com/id/Remote-Controlled-IKEA-Death-Star-Lamp/
You're right and that's what I normally do when I paint walls, but the colour was sprayed and as I said that dulled the insides a bit, so we didn't do that a second time. As I mentioned the underrunning wasn't that critical because the surface of the death star isn't even. But thanks for your input, maybe somebody who is inspired by this instructable will do it this way.
Thank you so much. and yes - that's what it looks like and the copper inner makes it even more look like an explosion.
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This looks incredible! I love the idea of the vials. Would be perfect for my boyfriend who's doing his Phd in Chemistry right now, but I have no acess to a 3D printer.
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