My Work

Headlamp Restoration–Lamp and Plug

Initially bought this relic for the battery box only for assembling a clip-on lamp for recital. Pay not much attention for the lamp, just throw it into my spare part box for a while, as both Bakelite surfaces are full of dents and the metal are in bad shape. Later dug the lamp out and…
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German Headlamp–Stirnlampe

This item did not often encountered, a standard issue Wehrmacht headlamp (Strinlampe) designed to be fits on German M35, M40 and M42 helmets. This is a fun restoration (will be post separately)  and happened to have straps and 5mm cable around, the strap is not well design if it did not wrongly made, quiet easy…
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Brieftaubenkäfig–Carrier Pigeon Cages

Fun project and also a communication gear in history—a ‘German’ Carrier Pigeon Cage Many thank for my friend made this Pigeon cages for me. To proof it is German found a 1:6 helmet for it. The message capsule is Swiss should be not period but more fun.

My Restored K Blink set

Knew nothing and never dream of owning this little signal lamp before, until saw a K Blink up for sale on forum for high price and mentioned never seen another in the world, WOW! Later found a even more expensive set on ebay but incomplete. Days later surprisingly to found a k blink available for…
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Torn Fu d2 replica trial run on first circuit

This was my first circuir for the replica Torn Fu d2 on 2015, what you saw was installed circuits behind the resin d2 front panel. The connections are the original antenna for walkie talkie and FM radio receiver. Walkie talkie,FM receiver circuit, Morse key circuit and MP3 curcuit, are all connected to the selection switch…
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Torn Fu d2 replica-the very beginning

It was on 2015, the very beginning of the Torn Fu d2 project, just found a resin front plate from Brad Blondet. This was what I wrote on FB: Searched on the net and wrote many mails to locate the resin front panel, after many months finally got it, but nothing moves and many air…
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My Torn Fu d2 replica, completed

I post this set four years ago and still amazed how I went through this in my tiny room. It took me 18 months on this project, together with the electronics behind the front panel. Learned a lot and made many friends during the process. Years ago saw a replica d2 radio on forum and…
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