Jawas Junkyard

MistressV V2 (2023) - Empty Hilt

USD270 USD310

The hilt shown in the main pictures (first 10) is the V1 hilt prototype. The V1 prototype only had 1 switch hole (I manually drileld this myself, for my own test install). The V1 production had two 8mm holes for switches and this is the plan going forward for V2.

The hilt: MistressV V2 (2023) is an all T6 6061 Aluminium machined hilt with some machine brass too.
Total price for the empty - $270USD shipping is not included.

Please see differences detailed here of changes from the V1->V2. Please see the last picture in the listing, it shows CAD snippets and points out the differences. 


- Visible screw attachments from the V1 are now replaced with hidden screws.

- Some glue to attach parts are now threaded on where applicable, or secured via hidden screw.

It will include
All the parts shown on screen with the exception of the switches. These are M8 pretapped holes so you can use any M8 light or unlit switch of your choosing. 


The Finish:

For now, all black parts are anodised aluminium. However, the original run, all the "silver" parts were sandblasted and anodised silver, to give that cartoon feel. I'm currently producing a polished prototype, and an anodised one. We will take a vote, but I may make both finishes available. This will of course be communicated through the run.

A chassis is in development, and is currently prototyping. I will have my usual group run chassis available. 

It is subject to our shipping policy, refund policy and all other shop T&C’s.

Please note, this is not for children. WARNING, it contains parts that may be pointy. All care must be taken when handling this hilt.  Jawas Junkyard will not be responsible for any misuse, abuse, or any injury incurred. You agree to this, when making this purchase.

Please note the "real life" pictures, are of the V1 version on the listing. The changes between V1 and V2 are detailed here and pointed out in the last picture.

The full cost of this product is $270USD + Shipping cost.

Also note the 3rd last, and 2nd last image are computer generated renders. These show the hilt with the two M8 switch holes. 


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