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Electric Chair

by kcmj, published

Electric Chair by kcmj Apr 24, 2014

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This is a rough model of Old Sparky. It is a bit macabre but it was good fun to make. I am an electrician and work with the police so this kind of represented electricity and crime. Did you know that the modern electric chair runs at 2000 volts at about 6-8 amps.

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Sorry about that
The back section has now been added to the files. Did not show a picture of it but I downloaded the file and all good.
Let me know if you have any more missing files.

Keith

Is there a chair back part? I don't see it in the downloadable models...

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That is amazing. Did you have plans on it's construction or did you use reference pictures?

Hi Dave
Sorry about the delay in the reply Dave but I have been on holiday over seas for a few weeks. I made this from a 3d picture I found on a web site called Grab Cad which had a 3d picture of the chair. I then imported the picture into Google Sketch up and proceeded to make each part into a printable stl file. After a lot of work, the end result is as shown. It is based on a historic electric chair called OLD SPARKY!.

No problem! I am very impressed with it, looks almost real.

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