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This is a Commlock, a multi-purpose device from the television series, "Space: 1999," about 7 inches long at 1:1 scale. The design is simplified a bit in order to keep the parts count down and fit everything onto two sheets of card, but I'm pleased with the result. If you like this model, you may also want to try the Stun Gun.
Update 2008-06-04: It seems that I made an error back in 2004 when I converted all my models to vector .PDF format. The keypad buttons on this model ended up black-on-white instead of the correct white-on-black as seen above, and no one noticed the error until today (thanks, Tim!). The .PDF file has been updated with the corrected buttons, and an additional .PDF has been added below with just the buttons for those with slow connections to have them without downloading the whole shebang again.
Model (834 Kb)
Corrected buttons only (140 Kb)
Extra Idents (228 Kb)
Assembly Instructions (5 Kb)
Here's a photo from builder Marie near Brighton, UK. She added some bits of material to elevate the buttons and knobs, and some metal foil for a desk stand actuator strip around the end of the antenna. Nicely done, Marie!
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