Desktop Catapult

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Desktop Catapult by MicrosoftStore Jul 11, 2014
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A small desktop catapult to launch projectiles at friends or coworkers. Prints in 20 minutes. Files for Replicator 2, Mini, and 5th Gen printers included.
EDIT: We have uploaded an updated version of the catapult that prints in one piece.


Print with a layer height of 0.2mm. No raft or supports necessary.

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Tried it twice, both times the axle didn't work and spread all over the place. Might be better lay it down.

The other parts came out quite nice.

It worked great! All it needed was a little bit of sanding.

is there any way that you could just make a file of the cilender in the .stl format?

How long does it take to make?

I tried the one peice but had no luck. Then printed single parts and worked great. The kids loved it, thanks :-)

This is another great design it's so perfect I had to put it on my phones wallpaper

Does printing it in one piece require supports?

I love catapult's

Printed the one piece design, came out perfect!

I tried printing it and it worked! I did need to use something else for the axle that holds the catapult together. The object printed in about 18 minutes but the axle was too big to fit the other pieces. I switched the axle for a paper clip which worked perfectly fine.

I agree, as when I was removing the support, the axle that held the catapult broke. Other than that it is awesome :)