OpenFlywheelProject Rapidstrike/Stryfe Flywheel Cage

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OpenFlywheelProject Rapidstrike/Stryfe Flywheel Cage by NerfOFP Jul 12, 2017

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This is an opensource flywheel cage created for the Nerf Rapidstrike and Nerf Stryfe.
It has been tested in both.

There are four versions of this cage poster here, for highest performance print the 41.5 mm cage. Each cage larger has decreasing performance related to the gap distance listed in the file name.

For high crush systems such as the 41.5 mm and 42 mm cages, motors with very high torque ratings are required.

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0.2 mm




You can use rafts if you want, However it will require considerably more post processing that way.
This can be printed in PLA, but due to the high heat generated by the motors, it is best to print in ABS or PETG.

How I Designed This

Designed primarily in solidworks.

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Can we get a 42.5mm version? Serenity cage is using this I believe. Thanks!

Apologies for the noob question but is this intended to work with the original flywheels?

I would not. I suggest you try cyclones