Tony Stark Repulsor Arm

Introduction: Tony Stark Repulsor Arm

this is my tony stark costume! both the arc reactor and repulsar arm are homemade. The repulsar arm is full metal. i have an instructable on the arc reactor, check it out ;) the repulsar arm took me about 1 month to make, the arc reactor, a few days. if you have any questions please feel free to ask.

thank you :)

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    11 Discussions

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    ozzie21300
    ozzie21300

    3 years ago

    hey this awesome and can you engineering

    So where is the break down? The whole point to this website it to show how you made it, so that others can make their own. Where is the list of tools, & materials? I am getting a little fed up with people that do this on this site. This is not facebook. Sorry for the rant, it is a cool build. Just show how it was done.

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    boltoms
    boltoms

    7 years ago on Introduction

    what do you guys think? do you like it? is it cool, not cool?
    remember if you have any questions please feel free to ask.

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    yezza0099
    yezza0099

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    can you show a step by step instructible?I realy like it and want to make one

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    efox303
    efox303

    6 years ago

    Great looking repulsor but no idea how you did it. The drawings don't help because I can't understand them

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    hverma2
    hverma2

    7 years ago on Introduction

    can u just give me method or hoe did u made it coz i m working on the suit design please please

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    boltoms
    boltoms

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I took aluminum ties (you can find them at any hardware store) and I cut them to certain sizes and specifications. I then drilled holes and bolted each individual precut tie together. I am also selling my repulsar arm so feel free to ask any questions.

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    WinstonMakes
    WinstonMakes

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Ooh, pretty nice job yourself. I'm looking to make the prototype flight stabilizers next year. How long did this take you?

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    boltoms
    boltoms

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    about 2 months of on an off work. :)

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    Nick9931
    Nick9931

    7 years ago on Introduction

    can you show a step by step instructible?I realy like it and want to make one

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    boltoms
    boltoms

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    yup! i'm in the making of the instructable right now. the pictures at the bottom are of the cut outs i made. they show you how to make the main part (the repulsar arm). the electronics are just added on. if you have any more questions or need any further help please ask or email me at boltoms@gmail.com