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Monday, April 6th 2009, 8:14am

DMC-12 DeLorean, Time machine from "Back to the Future" trilogy / free model

Hello, everybody!
Being a fan of this movie, I feel happy when I saw the model 2 years ago. Then I didn't have enough time. But when I saw additions to this model to build a car from II and III parts, I said "The time has come!" :)
I'd say, this model is the best I've seen around the web. Other free paper DeLorean-s are just a simple paper cube ;)

The model is free, desighned by Claudio Dias, the page Paperinside.com

So, here we go ;)

First, the Desighner himself, John Zachary DeLorean



Some info about him: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_DeLorean

Some links with the car

http://www.deloreantimemachine.com/gallery.php

http://www.exhibitainc.com/Exhibit_A_Inc…ean_Rental.html

http://www.ditii.com/2006/05/29/back-to-the-future-delorean/

Here is the Emmett "Doc" Brown (Christopher Lloyd) ;)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 8:32am

I'll be building model of the car from part 2 ;)

First, in Photoshop I've removed all the dotted lines, corrected color and shape of some details. Also tire protector had benn added ;)
Printed on 230 gr. paper. After that all sheets had been covered with acrylic matt lacquer

The body will be ground coated and will be painted with acrylic matt "metallic" ;)
Also I prepared different wires and matt film with thikness about 0.6 mm

(Sorry for my English...)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 8:39am

First began with the interior

Flux capacitor and other details.
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 8:44am

Made some improvements for the panel
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 8:50am

More details. I don't like flat steering wheels or some kind of holders, so I made it from piece of wire ;)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 8:57am

Gear-lever was made and a device (pointed with arrow, don't know what name exactly). This device isn't among details, so I made it in Photoshop ;)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 9:53am

At the beginning, I planned to build the model using LED's only for front and rear lights, and side signal flashers, but after long thinking I decided to put SMD LEDs into the car interior.
The circuit is from this site: CultTVman Nate McKenna's Tyderium

First, I made power supply, using LM7809 stabilizer
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 9:59am

Mounting of the first LED. Type: KPTP - 3216MGC (green)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 10:10am

Next detail to be illuminated ;)
Type of LEDs: SML210YT (yellow) and KP-2012EC (red)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 10:26am

Also one LED will be installed into an appliance table. Type: KP-2012EC (red)
I used computer IDE data cable for wiring
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 10:33am

some more photos ;)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 12:45pm

Next device with installed LEDs - time circuits supplyer

Had to modify the old one I made earlier. In Photoshop I added drawing to the other side of the detail.
2 sided LEDs are connected consecutively (the green and the yellow), will make them blinking, the red I think will be on permanently
Type: KP-3216SGC (green), KP-2012EC (red) and KP-2012YC (yellow)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 12:49pm

Checking what I've made ;)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 1:23pm

Hi,
really nice model. I am eager to see how you did the flux-capacitor :)

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Monday, April 6th 2009, 8:43pm

Hello Jan :)
Thank you. I'm planning to use smd leds with white light (1400 mcd each, may be 900, will see what is suitable), 3 of them, and they will be connected to pin 5, or 6 (or 7) (can't tell exactly which one..). They will be blinking about 50 times per second, I think it's a good imitation of working flux-capacitor :) Also I've put a trimmer, so I can adjust the frequency a little to choose the way the LEDs are blinking

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Monday, April 6th 2009, 8:53pm

Your model looks absolutely fantastic!
Wow!Especially the little leds.... =D>


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Monday, April 6th 2009, 9:31pm

I’m visibly impressed, good job.
And I have another picture for you. (©meine)
Have fun
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 9:40pm

Hello everybody :)
Thank you Peter and Andi :)
The picture is really good. I've found some interesting photos in th web, so I think all of them will help me to build the model as real as possible. I hope and believe that I'll make it (at least I'll try my best..)

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Wednesday, May 6th 2009, 12:35pm

Hello everybody. Continuing...
The seats. I decided to use ground coat for wood to make them look better
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Wednesday, May 6th 2009, 12:38pm

In Photoshop digital display had been made ;) I made several to choose the suitable
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Wednesday, May 6th 2009, 12:41pm

The Flux Capacitor ;) Type of LED's MWT-801SSC (White)
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Wednesday, May 6th 2009, 12:42pm

more photos...
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Wednesday, May 6th 2009, 12:44pm

Next device inside. Also a LED will be mounted. Type of LED KP-2012QBC (blue)
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Wednesday, May 6th 2009, 12:47pm

more ;)
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Tuesday, May 12th 2009, 7:58pm

Hi!

As I am also a big fan of the films, I will follow this thread thoroughly. :D Your details together with the LEDs are amazing. I am eager to see the complete model. Are You going to build the train from part III? I have read somewhere on the forum, that it is also free.

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Wednesday, May 13th 2009, 1:54pm

Hi, Der Finanzhai :)

Thank you ;)
well... I've downloaded the Time train, it's free as well.. and I think I'll have time to build it. The difference between the Delorean and the Train is the scale. To enlarge it to 1:20 - I think it's possible, but it will be too big for my space at home. The only way to build the train - in it's original scale 1:40. But then I want to have the Delorean in the same scale!! :D :D =)

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Saturday, May 16th 2009, 2:52pm

Great stuff! Really like what you do with those LEDs.

Cheers,

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Monday, May 25th 2009, 2:27pm

Hello all.
Continuing with the model
Working on the interior ;)
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Monday, May 25th 2009, 2:30pm

Making the pedals ;)
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Monday, May 25th 2009, 2:32pm

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Monday, May 25th 2009, 2:35pm

The interior is ready ;)
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