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These are accessories and add-ons to the Seej Catapult. In the combined file, half are from other people, sources attributed.
The accessories are as follows:
Standing Legs Attachment - As anyone who's printed the catapult notices, the arm hits the ground and may throw aim off a bit. These are just printed out and snapped on the bottom to give it a little bit more height. They can be removed (front or back) to adjust aim a little.
Standard Arm: I like to print this as part of the kit, along with another thing which will be posted later. It just feels incomplete without this.
Cup-arm: Wauter made this rather nice cup, and I like it as part of the accessory kit I use.
Horizontal-Arm: While play-testing Seej, a few of players insisted on trying to use the standard arm to launch a penny sideways, for more surface area. This was created as an answer to that. Two pennies can be fitted into it's shaped-bucket.
Delux Tripple-Arm: Mattbstrong made this one as part of a delux catapult. While the arm is a bit tight for pennies (Does a good job with dimes), it's too cool to exclude.
The round-bucket cup is from the Seej Catapult Mod by Wauter at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24074
The 3-penny launcher is from the SEEJ Deluxe Penny Catapult by Mattbstrong at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:27775
The single-launcher is from the stock Seej.
The standing legs are original.
The dual-penny horizontal penny launcher is original (Although was by request)
Seej Catapult Accessories by eternal_newbie is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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