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Semi-Auto Rubber Band Gun Plates for 120x120 build platforms

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Semi-Auto Rubber Band Gun Plates for 120x120 build platforms by MacGyver Dec 27, 2012
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Liked the original but had to slice it up to fit on my TOM's 120x120 build area.

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Just like the original use 1/4" dowels for assembly. Also prepare to sand the parts to make them fit well.

The dowels I uploaded are just smaller than 1/4" but if you drill out the holes to 1/4" they fit snug. Drill out the other holes to 17/64" and everything should fit together.

If you have problems with the ratchet wheel try printing out this derivative http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:39464

I just used superglue to attach the barrel. It was fairly flat and only required a little sanding.

Good Luck!

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Feb 25, 2015 - Modified Feb 25, 2015

can't wait till i can print this! In cura it said it would take 7 hours for the whole thing, is that true?

Back when I printed it took quite a while but I can't remember if it took that long.

The pins didn't print out the right size, and part of the ratchet...

It worked fine for me. Did they come out too large or too small? I merely plated the parts from the original.

How much fill and shells do you guys recommend?

I used 1 shell and 5% infill, however you might want to use 10% infill or higher for greater strength.

looks like fun.will give it a go

I went to the dollar store yesterday and got lots of ammo for it.

epic rubberband gun :)

Be careful or you'll put your eye out!

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