(moved) NERF Dual Gun Connector - with ammo holder V2.2
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THIS DESIGN HAS BEEN MOVED TO YOUMAGINE:
Tweaked NERF Dual Gun Connector
- added ammo holder for 4 rounds
- added center ramp for locking in place
- ammo holes have a flat side and a pin to hold the ammo securely
License is CC-BY-NC-SA
So you may make one yourself and improve the design but not sell the design or made parts.
Usage should be obivous.
Print with the flat side in the holes up and the spike oin the holes down.
Version 2 is less demanding to print in terms of sub-millimeter accuracy.
Because of the tall and slender nature of this thing you are advised to print with a raft even on a heated build platform.
Version 2.1 has an 0.5mm tighter grip on the rail.
It is also 7 instead of 5mm strong and increased the distance of ther hole-centers to the edge from 9 to 10mm to make it survive harsh battles.
No other changes.
Version 2.2 is even more sturdy at the expense of only 3 darts.
Feel free to change the design to any other length.
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Technical drawings with all dimensions and 3D PDF also below.
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(moved) NERF Dual Gun Connector - with ammo holder V2.2 by MarcusWolschon is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike license.
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