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12 Shot Rubber Band Gun

by Isaac_e93, published

12 Shot Rubber Band Gun by Isaac_e93 May 4, 2017
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Fusion 360

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Summary

This is My 12 shot, semi automatic rubber band gun.

I've designed this to be super easy to print, easy to put together and a fun and functional outcome!

The Cog will hold 12 rubber bands, firing 1 at a time (with the single shot trigger) and all off them at once with the auto trigger.

The spring used to rebound the trigger is the spring out of a common click pen, so easily obtainable!

The bolts are M3 x 25mm with nuts.

I hope you enjoy my toy, and feel free to remix it and join in the fun!

full_gun.stl is a combined version for 3d viewing

Print Settings

Printer:

Tevo Black Widow

Rafts:

No

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.3

Infill:

30%


Notes:

Mechanical components are best printed with 100% infill, whereas the gun frame itself is fine with 20 - 30%

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Is that a bag of chocolate coins in the background of the first picture?

You bet it is!! Haha

Nice design. I had to reduce it to 95% to fit my bed and then drill the screw holes a bit and heat the nuts to sink them in, but it mostly worked. The only issue I have is I can't load more than 6 shots with the single shot trigger. Don't know if it's the design or my resize that is causing the problem.

what is it doing when you try to add more rubber bands? are they slipping off or are the gears not responding properly?

The gear won't turn to allow more to be loaded. I'm going to try filing the trigger a bit when I get the chance and see if that helps.

are the rubber bands really tight? Im not too sure whats causing that, file the components down to make everything rotate around each other easily and it might help :)

i had to scale the trigger down to 99% to get a proper 1 shot trigger overall its a proper toy

Can this be printed at say 75% scale? the body is too large to fit on my print bed.

i havnt tested scaling with it yet, but i dont see why not. :)

If printed in ABS the Cog and the single shot trigger should be printed in about 102% otherwise it doesn't stop after one shot

Is the trigger and cog supposed to be tightly fit on the shafts (and the shafts rotate in the body), or the other way around?

I haven't fully assembled the gun yet, but the single shot trigger doesn't seem to interact correctly with the cog, the cog can't rotate past the inhibitor (no idea if that's the right word) pin on the trigger when the trigger is not depressed, so the cog basically can't rotate at all. I imagine I must be doing something wrong.

yes the trigger is supposed to be tightly fit or glued onto the shaft, and the shaft rotate on the body.

its a close fit to get the cog rotating properly, try file down the inhibitor until the cog can just rotate past it when the trigger is not pressed.

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