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  1. Halloween Props
    Hi folks, I'm trying to write Arduino code for essentially a 3-Axis skull. I followed the "Jawduino" build from ButtonBanger.com but I tweaked it to run from a PIR sensor. Now I'm trying to add extra servo sequences (just random motions), but I'm having an issue running the servos at the same...
  2. Halloween Props
    My theme for Halloween this year is Zombies of OZ. This is the Tin Man's head. I am using the Banshee controller from haunthackers.com with a Monster Guts 3-Axis Skull hardware. The head is made from EVA foam and will be further shaped, sealed and painted.
  3. For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    Well I am moving and having to part with some of my decor. Sadly, I have 2 3-axis skulls that I started on, but never got beyond the build phase. I wont have the time or energy or space for these for at least the next few years, so instead of them sitting on a shelf, collecting dust, I'd like...
  4. For Sale By Merchants
    Hello - I am shutting down my business and moving. I have three 3-axis skull setups and want to get rid of 2 of them. These were built by me and include the controller system, which is remote-controlled... no computer needed. They tell pirate jokes when triggered. Here is a link to the 2...
  5. For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    I'm selling my custom 3-axis movement mechanism: The mechanism is 4" at its widest point, and about 7" tall including the pan mechanism. Of course, that's the measurements when it's upright -- you can see from the video that you'll need some additional clearance around it as it moves. It...
  6. Announcements / Press Releases
    Monster Guts is please to present to you, our new 3-axis skull kits.
  7. Halloween Props
    Hey, everyone. I thought I'd share a project I've been working on for the past few months. For years (literally) I've wanted to build a 3-axis skull, and this last Halloween season I finally started to work on the project. Here you can see my third attempt in motion on my workbench: As you...
  8. Halloween Props
    For those controller experts out there I have a 3-axis skull being driven by a lynxmotion SSC-32 and a routine ive programmed in VSA. Id like to turn this into a stamd alone prop so im looking for a controller i can load my VSA routine (with audio) into and ideally it could drive my SSC-32...
  9. Halloween Props
    So, I FINALLY found a place to buy cheap 1/4" acrylic (which I don't know the difference between it and lexan, but I'm assuming they're relatively similar) for the plate for my 3 axis skull! My question is about tapping for the screws. Is it completely necessary to tap for the screws that will...
  10. Halloween Props
    Here's my 3-axis setup loosely based on HalloweenBob's work. This is my second configuration. I cut the Lexan with a Dremel and the router attachment, then smoothed the edges using sanding bits on the Dremel. I plan to add a jaw servo and possibly 2-axis eyes. Ignore the audio, that's just...
  11. Halloween Props
    I will post links to video of my 3-axis skulls shortly... -Steve
  12. Halloween Props
    We closed the street this year for the first time and it was a huge success. We had over 250 TOTs make it to the door, and likely over 1000 visitors. Our two new animated props (a pneumatic skeleton popup, and a 3-axis skull) were a big hit. I looped my VSA routine with a .bat file since I...
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