Rubber Band Mini Blaster-32
by vanmunch, published
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Simular to the Automatic Rubber Band Blaster-32, just bigger holding 72+ rubber bands. It fires ~7 rubber bands per second and can be instantly reloaded by swapping barrels.
Slow motion Video: http://youtu.be/YlqbK6L4HVo
I recommend that you first print and build the smaller Automatic Rubber Band Blaster before you build this one. The loading is the same and the assembly is very similar, but you'll have to glue the top and bottom together with plastic glue. I don't have an instructional video for this one, but the wiring/ motor & button connections are the same as in the Automatic Rubber Band Blaster video below.
Uses #32 rubber bands
In addition to the printed parts you will need:
1- Right Angle, Single Sided Geared Motor
1- 2xAA Battery Holder
1- Large, Red Classic Momentary On Switch
1- 7" by 3/8" Dowel
1- 2.5" by 3/8" Dowel
1- Screw Eyes 5/16" Inside Diameter
1- Screw Eyes 1/8" Inside Diameter
1- 5" Two Conductor Insulated Wire
2- 3" Single Conductor Insulated Wire
3- #6x5/8" Screws
2- #4x1" Screws
1- #2x1/4" Screw
1- 4.5' Nylon String
Use your own non printable parts or order the kit with the non printable parts online at http://www.shuttlebaylabs.com
PS This was part of a KickStarter that I did last summer:
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