Very nice indeed, Elvis. Were these CNC milled or laser cut?
Thanks! Couldn't have done it without Nick's help. I believe all the parts were CNC'd.
I asked because the edges look so nice and clean, so CNC makes sense.
That came out great!!
I used to have a set of four of those squarish glasses. They all got broken over the years and I never knew they were a prop item until a couple of years ago.
I was fortunate enough to buy the two TNG and DS9 glasses in a set of four from an eBay seller not too long ago. Since I had them, once Nick started up this discussion, I just knew I had to get the tray done
I wanted to ask you about the thickness of the acrylic used for the tray bottom and handles. Is it 1/8-in or 1/4-in? I was going to have some parts cut and try making one of these. I thought that it was 1/4-in but TAP plastics by me only stocks the dark red acrylic in 1/8-in and so I wanted to check with you all on the thread about it. Thx
The tray is made of 1/4" red translucent acrylic. Red for the tray and handles. The rails on the bottom are clear.
Thanks! I thought it was 1/4-in so I'm going to see if I can find a different supplier
Look at all those tray sets in the final scene of Voyage Home! I didn't realize!
I'm surprised they haven't come up for auction!
Oh, wow. I guess I miscounted when I was watching that recently, lol.
Thought there was only about six. Looks like there's maybe an even dozen!
I think I need to get back on this project.
The universe definitely doesn't have enough of these. Make it so.
Thats for sure...we all need a set!!!
I know, old post. But I never realized the small, squatty Romulan ale decanter was being used. I know it's probably not the one from the movie, but the replica made for TNG.