IRON MAN 's ARC REACTOR (MADE IN CHINA)

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Introduction: IRON MAN 's ARC REACTOR (MADE IN CHINA)

Hi guys ,I 'm  from CHINA.Last month,I  made three  ARC REACTOR.This is the first.Please frrgive my broken English.

Step 1: THE PLAN

This is the plan,it's not very pricise,but it's enough for being made.

Step 2: THE LIGHT RING

Make the light ring and add  circuit.

Step 3: ADD DETAILS

NEXT STEP I MADE SOME BRONZE RINGS AND SOME OTHER THINGS.

Step 4: ALREADY DONE!

Install the reactor into my chest.. It's looks exactly the same as the one in the movie. the photo has no special effects!

Step 5: FINAL PRODUCT

FIALLY i MADE A DISPLAT BASE.

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    it's more of tony stark "building" it while a large fabrication company work out how to make it and deliver it to the set while a team of graphic artists practice their video editing skills

    how can u create it man. tell me what is that.. how its work.
    is it totally lamp or inside some led's fit..

    how did you make the outer case with the writing on it?

    How do you make the ring light up? Please right back. (mineralman.larson@hotmail.com)

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    He most likely used SMD/SMT LEDs. It's what I used for mine.
    They're basically flattened LEDs that have a wide output of light. You can buy them fairly cheap online, but I've not seen them in stores. They generally come as a light strip, but it is possible to buy them as pieces.

    Good luck & happy making :)

    I think it is just sitting on his chest, possibly taped there.

    That, or he has missle fragments stuck in his heart :P

    nice job man...soooooooo great arc reactor... pls if you have facebook add me or tell me your facebook name so i can add you....my facebook

    I used a resin jewelry mold. It was already the right size and shape. I filled it about halfway with resin and put the LEDs in it partway and let it cure. If that's still too difficult or expensive, you might want to try cutting out pieces of plastic packaging and forming them into a ring or something.

    How did you make the light ring? Great project. This is one of the best looking arc reactors on instructables.