Semi Trailer Project

News and updates regarding the 1:8 Semi Trailer Project

June 8, 2023
Semi Update – Desk and more furniture
Proceeding with the semi update and onto the props, I shifted my focus to the small glass coffee table where Devon was frequently seen sitting throughout the series. Interestingly, I had never noticed that the phone's base and answering machine were recessed into the table.
May 13, 2023
Semi Update – MP Boomerang Radar Units
Next up on my list is another famous prop by Modern Props known as the Boomerang Rader Units. 3 of these units were made in total with 1 being made to be a single light up box, think for displaying X-rays to a patient with a broken bone. The 2 units we care about featured all kinds of modular electronics, handles galore, keypads, blinking led buttons, record player shells and even speaker inputs.
May 9, 2023
Semi Update – Feng shui
I'm uncertain about what to label the upcoming set of items, but for now, I'll go with "Chrome Globe Drink Cabinet." Frankly, I had no idea what this item was or where to start with this project. I was completely unaware that it opened up to reveal drink-e
May 8, 2023
Semi Project – MP03 Rolling Control Unit
I couldn't find much information about the Modern Props Rolling Control Unit #03. The Facebook page states that there were 2 units and it seems like they might have been altered for Star Trek: The Next Generation, also making an appearance in Star Trek: Enterprise.
May 6, 2023
Semi Project – MP18 Hanging Display Unit
The Modern Props Hanging Ceiling Mounted Device/Overhead Analyzer was crafted in 1981 for the John Carpenter film Escape from New York. Four units were manufactured, each bearing slightly distinct appearances, overseen by the renowned Hollywood prop designer John Zabrucky. Over the years, these units made appearances in numerous TV shows and movies from the early 80s and 90s, including Star Trek: The Next Generation and Robocop 3.
March 28, 2023
Semi Project – It begins
I've noticed that in the Fanhome hobby, my modeling skills may not be as necessary for the Knight 2000 build, especially considering the remarkable talent and projects I've seen in various Facebook groups. Consequently, I've made the decision to elevate my proficiency in Fusion 360 and set myself a substantial challenge—to create an impressive display case for the car. As of today, I've initiated work on what I hope will evolve into the most precise 3D scale model of the F.L.A.G. Semi Trailer set replica available.
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