The first step to attaching the jaw servo is notching out an area where the jaw rod will go. The plates were designed to allow space for that, but the way the plate fits in this skull, we'll need some extra room. A Rototool with a grinder bit works nicely.…See More
This is an on going How-to and it is very long so I will post this in chunks..This 3 axis skull is based on the Kmart glowing eyes skull with moveable jaw. The predrilled eye sockets in the skull were the inspiration for the eyes.The difficulty rating…See More
Why the request you ask!!? I'm a fan of haunters who take their craft to the next level, by using technology and creativity to make a average prop a great prop, and thats what your doing. As a machinist by trade I try to do the same, when building my props. Fabricating, and troubleshooting, are my strong points, but not so much on the electronic end. I hope to learn some new skills from your page and build one of your 3-axis skulls. Thanks again and keep haunting.
John and Jon from EFXtek are great to work with. They came to our annual haunt gathering this year to help with a make and take of the Casa Fear Zombie. If you need any help with programing I'm sure they would be very helpfull through their forums
LOL...thanks for the response! Not a problem with getting the info now because we are holding off on our wiper motor projects for the next few months at the NJ/PA Make and Take. I will bring the pics and go off of those. Thanks again!!!!