Ammunition for Flying Disk Launcher

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Ammunition for Flying Disk Launcher by Zarquon Feb 11, 2012



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I think every one losses all the ammunition for their assorted foam launching weapons. Plus isn't it better in hard plastic?

These are intended to spin and fly through the air in what one may call a 'vortex' like fashion. Unfortunately these have more of a tendency to misfire into a inaccurate wobbly flight then the originals.

I noticed a 'patent pending' stamp on the shooter. I'm not sure what they are trying to claim intellectual property on but I can't imagine a slightly rounded hollow plastic disk would be the thing. Without a patent existing I can't read it to see. I'm perfectly willing to delete this think if there is a problem


Print with whatever settings you can get away with that make it as light as possible.

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I just got a Fusefire from Goodwill for 2 dollars, but I couldn't find any of my old ammo for the life of me. I tried making disks with a hard plastic core and a hot glue rim, but I discovered that the hot glue stuck very well to the mold I used, so the mold and hot glue came out slightly worse for wear and the disc jammed every time in every blaster I used it in.

Then, I gave up kid-friendliness and printed off some of these disks which will definitely be banned from HvZ

it jams in the gun any ideas

I made this in ABS on an Afinia, and HOLY HELL it flies FAR and hits really, really HARD!

I was going to order in some soft pla, perhaps this may be a good application for it!

Have you thought about printing just the interior of the disk and trying to hand apply the foam. It should make it lighter and closer to the actual dics

I don
’t have any good source of foam like material that’s easy to apply. The extra weight may reduce the maximum range some but even if I print these solid they can hit things across my apartment just fine.

My 7 year old son is intrigued. This can't possibly end well. I blame you, primarily.