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Do you have a saber design you want to make a reality? Over the years We have had the chance to make many contacts in manufacturing and buillt relationships which I can use to enable your designs to become a reality!
If you want to make a small, middle, or large production (50/100+ units) but aren't sure where to start or are looking for a partner with contacts and a proven track record of producing high quality, intricate designs, do not hesitate to reach out and we can discuss your project and how I can help you realize it.
Jedi Killer - Gen2 ***PREORDER***
RetributionVendor:Regular price $550.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Corruption - Exar KunVendor:Regular price From $385.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Mandalorian Tanto BladeVendor:Regular price $60.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Retribution - The Third Sister
Designed with an diligent eye for detail by Shadowfoil Props, this amazing piece comes with the ability to be a full ring, half ring and the possibility to split into two separate sabers, making this as accurate to the show as we can achieve!
Corruption - Exar Kun
Designed in partnership with Shadowfoil Props, this saber was crafted by Exar Kun and is the first recorded double bladed saber.
Sized exactly as described in the legends texts, it is meant to be wielded with a single hand.
Crafted from high quality 6061 Aluminium, built in switching solution and hidden sound venting means this saber is perfect for a display or installation from the start without major modifications.
Designed in partnership with Shadowfoil Props and Vaults of Valhalla and produced by us at Phoenix Props, this saber is a custom creation with etchers and powder coaters in mind. This saber can be used and displayed as is or fully customized to your hearts content, providing all surfaces that can be etched or powder coated with ease
We have faithfully recreated the small Tanto knife you see the Mandalorian put into the bin before boarding the shuttle to Tattoine in Season1 Episode 5 of the BoBF (26:30m).
If you blinked you might have missed it but it's a piece of the kit any Mando worth their salt should have!
DEATH TROOOPER ARM IMPELLERSSHOP
Death Trooper CNC machined Arm impellers (rockets) ready to ship.These are hollow and the complete set with mount and screws only weighs in at 166g (5.8oz).
DEATH TROOPER BELT BUCKLESSHOP
Death Trooper belt buckles. Fully machined and assembled. No glue used, completely held together with hidden screws. Size and details are matched exactly to the screen used pieces.
A perfect addition to any Death trooper setup and easy to add.
THE LITTLE ONESHOP
Designed by 5289 printing an Dagobah Swamp, and produced by Phoenix Props, this saber is based on the saber that is used in The Clone Wars by our favorite green friend.
Here is where I keep a history of all of the sabers I have openly worked on and can talk about.
Kylo Ren V1 (2016)
Kylo Ren V2 (2017)
In an effort to get more accurate and closer to the source prop compared to my V1 I wanted to make a V2. Since the release of the film had already come and we had much better photos and details of the original props, this design was done to be more accurate from size and details to the original hero prop. This particular saber was painted by our partners at Sanotized Creations.
Ben Solo, The Light (2018)
This saber was created using measurements based on the Prop Shop Kylo saber and modified to a Ben Solo saber as seen in a few seconds of The Last Jedi. Weathered photos are from ArtisanFX as well as Sanotized Creations.
Imperial Knight (2018)
This saber is based on the Star Wars comic books. The saber is wielded by force sensitive warriors dubbed 'Imperial Knights.'
Starkiller, Ultimate Starkiller (2018)
This saber is based on the game 'The Force Unleashed' and one of the most revered Star Wars based game characters, Galen Marek, aka Starkiller.
Produced in partnership with 7 Chambers.
Photos and weathering done by Tom from The Proplicator
Ezra Bridger, Spectre 6 Gen1 (2019), Gen2 (2021)
This saber covers the character Ezra Bridger from his season one saber in the animated series Rebels. It was released in partnership with our friends at Watto's Junkyard
Luke Skywalker, Ultimate Hero (2019)
Luke Skywalker has several sabers in his time on screen, but none more iconic than the saber he makes for himself between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Dubbed the Hero saber, it has a very distinct aluminum, black and copper look with an ultra thin neck.
Produced in partnership with 7 Chambers.
The Sentinel Gen1 (2019), Gen2 (2022)
The Sentinel saber is a unique design that I was given permission to produce by the concept artist. Very beloved in the community, the design is simple on the surface but quickly becomes more intricate as you study it.
Weathering on this piece done by Khal of KR Sabers
Kylo Ren, Jedi Killer Gen1 (2020), Gen2 (2022)
Named the 'Jedi Killer' and completed in 2020, this saber is based on the book 'The Art of The Force Awakens.' In the book, there is a single photo of an early concept of the Kylo Ren saber.
I knew when I first saw this that I needed to make this saber. It's exquisitely detailed and very complicated to make and stay true to the concept art. A perfect fit for what I do.
This saber weathered by Kai of Watto's Junkyard.
Rey, Empress Regnant (2021)
We catch a brief view of what has been dubbed as Dark Rey in a potential future vision of the character in The Rise of Skywalker. This saber is basically two sabers combined with a special folding hinge. We also produced parts for every kit where people could separate the hinge and have 2 individual complete sabers.
Produced in partnership with SP Sabers
Grogu, The Child (2021)
A concept of what could be for Grogu in the future. Designed by Shadowfoil Props
A custom saber created by myself, Shadowfoil Props and Vaults of Valhalla.
The Duel (2022)
Created after the concept art of Ralph McQuarrie of the epic battle between Deak Starkiller and Darth Vader as he envisioned the characters prior to A New Hope.
Mando Tanto (2022)
This small blade was seen in The Book of Boba Fett, when the Mandalorian is boarding the shuttle to Tattoine and must offload all of his weapons (S1E05, 26:30m).
Sifo Dyas - The Lost One - 5280 Concepts/Dagobah Swamp (2021)
Yoda (The Clone Wars Animated) - The Little One - 5280 Concepts/Dagobah Swamp (2021)
Tiro - Saberproject Shop Gen1 (2019), Gen2 (2021)
Legatus - Saberproject Shop (2021)
Zephyr - Saberproject Shop (2021)
Menace - SithLordSabers (2021)
Mediaeval - Vaapad Saber Armory (2018)
Jango Fett's Westar 34 - Lead Alchemist - Watto's Junkyard (2021)
Count Dooku - Mr. Tyrannus - Watto's Junkyard (2021)
Darth Maul - Regional Manager - Watto's Junkyard (2019)
Savage Oppress - Nightbrother - Watto's Junkyard (2021)
Anakin Skywalker- Tusken Slayer - Watto's Junkyard V1 (2017), V2 (2021)
Asajj Ventress - Pariah - Watto's Junkyard V1 (2017), V2 (2019)
I started playing in the prop world in 2010 by getting interested in building a stormtrooper costume. This led me down the rabbit hole, and I have not resurfaced yet!
In 2012, I decided I needed to start producing my own props and I began with molding and casting an original Trilogy stormtrooper blaster (E11). Playing with silicone and resin was really amazing, to create something from nothing.
As I started looking around for new ways to expand my craft, I decided to create helmets from slush and roto-casting polyurethane resin as a great new path to take. The re-emergence of Star Wars in the form of Episode 7 and Rogue One gave me a perfect opportunity to be on the front line of the new stormtrooper helmets.
As more details came from Episode 7, the primary villain being Kylo Ren and his very unique new lightsaber, a new thought began to worm it's way into my head. With the contacts I had made in manufacturing over the years, I began the process of learning about CNC manufacturing of lightsabers.
My first lightsaber was born, the Kylo Ren CNC V1. It was a massive hit and a great experience for me. As more details came from the film post release I decided to advance my V1 to a V2 utilizing more accurate measurements and many more details than before.
After these two saber hits, I began to look for rare and hard lightsaber designs that most other sabersmiths weren't willing to attempt and designs I felt just hadn't been done real justice.
My main goal in making sabers is to stay as true to the original theatrical design, as much possible, and coming up with new ways to accommodate end user modifications, electronics and the finished look of the saber.