- - 3D printing E-MAG grip.
|Harrie Bunyuon ||11-11-2012 11:22 AM |
3D printing E-MAG grip.
Anyone have them? My boss is a paintball enthusiast and I have access to a 3D printer.. I think most people can see where I am going with this. Have access to Autodesk and Solidworks.
 changed title since this is more of a project thread now
|luke-AO ||11-11-2012 02:33 PM |
So you want to make plastic battery packs?
|Harrie Bunyuon ||11-11-2012 02:51 PM |
I run it in mech mode most of the time. Looking to shed some weight, and have a custom grip essentially. I have access to an aluminum forge as well, so the 3d print may become part of a mold.
edit: That forge idea hit me while I was typing, don't see that being doable with my knowledge, unless it was a clamshell.
|Harrie Bunyuon ||11-11-2012 08:31 PM |
C'mon luke I know you got em :ROTFL:. Didn't realize who I was talking to, love your work.
|Harrie Bunyuon ||11-12-2012 10:53 PM |
That is amazing:bowdown. That E-mag frame is just what I need, the guide rails are the only thing that have me stumped. I'm toying with the idea of having this look like the new AXE grip.
I don't plan on making any money off of this, so if anyone has access to a 3D printer as well and would like the files I'll have them up when I've got this modeled and printed and know it works fine.
|Jaccen ||11-13-2012 02:47 PM |
Share and share alike :)
|Harrie Bunyuon ||11-15-2012 04:28 PM |
Heres what I've got so far.. not exactly happy with the looks so It will probably get tweeked.
I was JUST finishing up the CAD file for the logo and the PC crashed so I'm waiting on that system to reboot ATM http://i.imgur.com/vHvvO.png
|Harrie Bunyuon ||11-15-2012 05:39 PM |
This computer is hating me for this one.. so many points. It took it about 2minutes to load the emboss tool for this drawing. Going to clean it up next week. I'm done for now. http://i.imgur.com/VKP9q.png
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