[Olivier Gomis] Can’t use the fire of Doom Mountain to forge one Large replica of a ring, So he had to settle for patience, maple and woodworking lathes. It does have extra convenience, no need to fire to expose its true nature, just send an angry elf from the wall socket.
[Olivier] Use 72 maple wood to divide the ring into different inner and outer parts. The blocks are glued together in the form of a 12-sided ring and stacked in layers to achieve the desired width. The surface is cut smooth and thinned on a wooden lathe, and an internal channel is created for the LED light bar. Black Speech uses a manual router to cut the walls on the inner and outer surfaces. Using the ring itself as a model, he made a wooden base for the router so that it can slide on the surface without shaking.
The inner wall is cut into parts and glued to the outer groove. The inscription is covered with maple veneer, which can still be seen when the internal LED is turned on. The wiring passes through an S-shaped rod from the bottom of the bracket, which is made of a multilayer veneer clamped in the model. This artwork took a total of 53 hours of effort, but the final piece will make any die-hard Lord of the Rings fan enviable.
To learn more about LOTR-themed hacking attacks, check out the secret door leading to the secret door of the Moria Mine, and the sword that emits blue light in the presence of insecure WiFi.
thanks for your reminder [Keith Olson]!