Steampunk Spectacles

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Introduction: Steampunk Spectacles

The design, which is based on two cases and two covers broken mechanical stopwatches. The remaining parts are made of sheet brass, 1-2 mm., Brass rod with a diameter of 6-8 mm., Brass wire of 2-3 mm. and tubes of two telescopic antennas. In addition, using four standard screws and two springs.
The processing is performed using hand-held power tools, without the use of machine tools. Permanent connection of parts made with silver solder, using gas torch.



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    Your fabrication was a pleasure to watch. Thanks for the great Instructable.

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    Avatar_I_Am
    Avatar_I_Am

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Too cool.
    WAY to cool.
    Really Very Nice!!
    I am so impressed, and so depressed because I just don't have your talent for making thigs!!
    Can you make one that I can buy?
    Just kidding...
    ...not!

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    SIRJAMES09
    SIRJAMES09

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    everyone has a gift, it's just that some people's gift are more visible than other's....don't give up searching for your gift...you will find it one day...or it will find you. :-)

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    the_lonely_snake
    the_lonely_snake

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    thx thats propably the best thing i ve heard in my life , am still too young i think i can find my gidt before ciollege (hopefully) thx again :)

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    gogglerman
    gogglerman

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Do not worry, you know how to draw, I can make protective eyewear. We are both on what is capable of. I wish you good luck :)

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    the_lonely_snake
    the_lonely_snake

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    oh yeah and other thing is a gift a gift when u learn it? i mean i didn;t know how to draw an apple ,and after 4 years of learning on my own from the internet and stuff i can draw Amzingly!(with other ppl;s words) .but is that a talent? i mean i wasnt born with it

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    TheHobbit81
    TheHobbit81

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Another master piece from Gogglerman. True quality is had to find but you keep delivering. Do you have an esty (http://www.etsy.com/) account? I can't find you there.

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    gogglerman
    gogglerman

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I never signed on ETSY, because I do not sell their work. I do not do it professionally. Hobby.

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    TheHobbit81
    TheHobbit81

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    For a moment there I thought you were refering directly to me, my surname is actually "Hobby".

    Pity about ETSY, your work is much better than anything on there.

    Keep up the good work.

    P.S Do you have photos of your complete goggle collection? I think everyone would like to see that!

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    gogglerman
    gogglerman

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for your interest in my work. Group picture "collection" does not exist. Make a photo is almost impossible, as some of my works have found their new owners (say so):)

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    dohunagamez
    dohunagamez

    8 years ago on Introduction

    There can't be enough steampunk in the world. Nice work!

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    bcanham-bennett
    bcanham-bennett

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    There can easily be too much steampunk. For example; cheap, mass-produced goggles and repainted Nerf guns. It's always great to see someone make something themselves though, so this idea is quite welcome in my books.

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    jboyd9
    jboyd9

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Supply and Demand gentlemen; there will only be too much steampunk when there is nobody left to demand it : )

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    grey_badger1
    grey_badger1

    8 years ago on Introduction

    do the watch bodies have to be brass? and how heavy are they when finished? what did you use for the lenses? how thick? i have a pair of older safety glasses that do the folding like these but i dont think the lenses are that great, scratched and stuff... could i use think plexi-glass? thanks for any info!