Holo-Emitters

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Sat 13. Sep 2014, 14:36


  • Hi guys,

    I just finished a set of four Holo-Emitters from ST-VOY with magnetic attachment.

    Keep on trekking

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Mon 15. Sep 2014, 19:28


  • i'm happy not to be a photonic creature and in need for such emitters...... ;)
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Sat 20. Sep 2014, 12:56


  • there are looking really realistic and are professional as always and of course as professionell as all your self made PROP stuff!
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Mon 22. Sep 2014, 17:03


  • Picard wrote:there are looking really realistic and are professional as always and of course as professionell as all your self made PROP stuff!

    Thanks Chris.
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Mon 31. Aug 2015, 07:44


  • I bought a holoemitter from ebay a while ago from this guy that said he got the cast from the actual thing.

    I don't know whether it is true or false, but one thing I do know is how heavy it is :-(

    Because I LITERALLY wear it all the time with me, I can feel the weight of this thing getting my shirt all to one side.

    Is yours light ?
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Mon 31. Aug 2015, 15:15


  • Bracer wrote:I bought a holoemitter from ebay a while ago from this guy that said he got the cast from the actual thing.

    I don't know whether it is true or false, but one thing I do know is how heavy it is :-(

    Because I LITERALLY wear it all the time with me, I can feel the weight of this thing getting my shirt all to one side.

    Is yours light ?


    Hi Bracer,

    this is true, a few years ago I met Michael Moore on a convention and he let me measure a few props he made and I notice how heavy his Holo-Emitter was. My version is made from two layers of PVC hardfoam and the weight is about 10 g. Which is really light.

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Sun 27. Sep 2015, 15:05


  • I need one emitter. How much is it. Do you still have emitters commander?
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Sun 27. Sep 2015, 16:58


  • Picard wrote:I need one emitter. How much is it. Do you still have emitters commander?


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Wed 30. Sep 2015, 17:09


  • admiral_reliant wrote:Great props buddy


    Thanks Darren.
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