Semi-Automatic Rubber Band Gun

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Semi-Automatic Rubber Band Gun by jeffkohrman Oct 23, 2010

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100% printable (except the rubber bands..) rubber band gun, in semi-automatic flavor! I've included the .OBJ files for easy customization. Parts are grouped to fit on a standard MakerBot build platform.

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Print all parts accordingly, making enough plugs and bowties to secure the pieces together, and put them together following the Assembly.STL file. Some components may need some light sanding to reduce friction, and ensure proper fit.

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the files have manifold errors

Genius ratcheting system. Did you design it? Has it been tested or printed and tested. The bow tie dovetail connection things are nice too.

Thanks, glad you like it! It's untested at the moment, my printer's Z-Axis is a bit out of whack, so I'm currently unable to print the full model. the current model's trigger mechanism goes back 1/16" and up 1/8", which should work, but it may need to be tweaked to allow for printing errors.

Congrats on being the first rubber band supmission!