Nozzle Size & Details: The standard Trek nominal: 1-1/8 diameter x 1” long exposed decorative part. Overall part is nominal 1-1/4”. Details were primarily taken from the Dennis Stines phaser nozzle in my archive collection. Spinner Style.
Cavity Size: nominal 0.3125" diameter I.D. x 1-3/16" O.A. depth x projecting rear boss 0.25 long & 0.376" O.D.
Star Trek™ Aluminum Nozzle for Art Asylum™ © ® or similar P2 shells (acrylic emitter not included)
PRICE IS EACH, SET-SCREW NOT INCLUDED, NO ACRYLIC EMITTER
Three part design with spinner knurl section. No Ratchet effect, true to the HMS Roddenberry Prop spinner mechanism. Perfect knurl alignment thanks to new tooling. This item is exquisite in every way. Entirely machined and end milled, the knurl is not extruded aluminum !! D. Stines quality or your money back.
Finished 6063-T5 Aluminum Alloy (British HE9), not hard anodized: ready for traditional light bulb installation.
This Aluminum Nozzle replica is a three part design (Roddenberry Spinner/Greg Jein type mechanics) extensively prototyped and engineered & re-engineered by me to allow a quick retrofit to Art Asylum P2 TOS shells or any shell you like.
I have provided; photo’s of the item you get but you can contact me for more if you choose.
This is a very special item. The aluminum is NOT ANODIZED and is of a more workable alloy type than others on the market. Why?, I used a special 6063-T5 (HE-6) un-anodized aluminum because it is workable by a prop builder. Anodizing most often hardens the material surface making it difficult to; machine, grain and/or, further polish. I want you to have options.
My aluminum is easy to; mirror polish even-more, drill, file, acid weather, rolex grain and, do anything else you can come up with, your the prop builder and I say have some fun! I also do not like anodizing because it does not look “prop authentic” to the 1960’s TV show.
Watch “How It’s Made” PASTE THIS LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJVifbd-lDw&t=25s
Working It: Put a wood dowel in a drill, sand THE DOWEL down to for the 5/16" hole diameter, mount the part, and you have a mini-lathe to; file, grain, polish, and do what you like, to this part.
Mounting Hole Dimension: Split-style shell or other detail by you; 3/8" diameter shaft hole.
Compatible With: Art Asylum © ™ ®, HMS Roddenberry Resin Kits © ™ ®, Shanko Fiberglass Hero’s, 23rd Century Pistol Kits © ™ ®, remember you're the prop builder !
PASTE THIS LINK FOR HOW-TO-MODIFY AN ART ASYLUM, https://youtu.be/2w14mqJaBDw
Acrylic Emitter (not provided in this auction): Accepts standard 5/16 aftermarket scifi props on ecrater emitter, or modify the “ArtAsy © ™ ®” emitter, or make your own from some 5/16” acrylic rod & sandpaper & with an electric drill, or lathe. You're the prop builder !
Acrylic Emitter Fit (not provided in this auction): The aluminum has a thru-hole 0.313” for the acrylic emitter. This may be a force-fit (no glue if you chose none). You will need to fit the emitter by lightly sanding down the acrylic diameter so it can be pushed-in. If you have a press you can just force-fit the acrylic without sanding.
Accurate: I think you can't get more accurate than hero nozzle than this nozzle, you can own the same type of Hero nozzle sometimes seen on the Star Trek episodes on TV. This nozzle is entirely hand machined on a lathe and indexed end-mill. It is not extruded aluminum (the TV show did not use such an extrusion). It is not anodized. The front radius is slightly smaller than a Stines to conform to the screen captures I reviewed (thanks re-mastering...).
You get what you see in the photographs, but ask questions anyway…..live long and question..
Also visit ONLINE : startrekpropauthority or yourprops to learn all about Phasers and nozzle designs…
Warranty & Service Information:
Hate it? Return it in 14 days following ECRATER Policy. Buyer pays return shipping.