This is a redraw of Ansuzalgiz's Falcon. At the time of redraw, it was licensed under the GNU/GPL 3.0. This license permits: Commercial use, Modification, Distribution, Patent use, and Private use; has limitations on liability and warranty, and requires the license and copyright notice I am providing here and linked above, stated changes, disclosed source, and the same license. The blaster uses FTW microflywheels available here.
The change summary is that I adjusted the whole thing to be single stage and smaller to fit on my 6"^3 print bed without splitting any part. This involved reorienting the battery tray to be vertical, which is why the large box is on the front. I also adjusted the appearance, and fixed some tolerance issues with the magwell/grip and mechanical components (they were too tight when printed as-provided initially). I also renamed it to "Meaker's Hawk" because hawks typically have smaller wingspans and are slower than falcons, and I, Meaker, have discovered it (Eg: Cooper's Hawk).
My source is included as is the link to the original source files.
I haven't tested this with electronics hardware installed (dry fit printed components and springs), but also haven't changed it. I did switch to 1/2" #6 course thread screws (eg: Plastite, Drywall, Sheet Metal; M3.5 should also work) instead of threaded inserts and bolts. Parts include:
Flywheel-the-world Flywheel flywheel pair
2x honeybadger motors
Xt60 connector (or connectors for your pack)
16/18 gauge stranded wire
Small compression spring (McMaster 9657K266 for 6)
Small extension spring (McMaster 9654K971 for 12)
M2 motor mounting screws (x4/5; I've had issues with printed cages and x4)
Plastic safe grease for moving parts
- Appropriate Lipo or other battery pack capable of supplying 28A continuous at stall (Outside dimensions should be less than: 97x24x39mm; some space for extra tether/alarm but not much), charger, and optionally alarm
WIP because I always select that. I don't foresee critical changes, the parts fit together and the ones that might have issues could be adjusted easily in post.
Support from build plate probably required for the grip (it'll go through the trigger hole and support the trigger guard sufficiently), otherwise it's probably a good idea to support from plate on some parts but shouldn't be required. I print at 0.24mm with 20% infil unless I can print thicker layers (0.2mm would be fine just slower) or unless the part needs to be solid (nothing here strictly needs to be, but it might not hurt on the small parts).