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Old 04-19-2011, 02:14 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 04-19-2011, 02:17 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I'm just amazed at how good guys like you and y0da_900 are at the 3d side of AutoCAD. I have a decent amount of EXP with it, but couldn't do a darn thing with it now, and it's only been a few years.
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I'm just amazed at how good guys like you and y0da_900 are at the 3d side of AutoCAD. I have a decent amount of EXP with it, but couldn't do a darn thing with it now, and it's only been a few years.
meh. its really just like solidworks. all the tools are there. (except fillet and wrap )
its all the same kind of stuff...
also you cant go back step by step and fix stuff in "sketches" and have the changes go global. but otherwise the modeling goes about the same.

So acomplishments today.
Hopper lid area completed (2.5" standard halo feed size see above)
shell joinery completed:
I used a tounge and groove style to fit the top and bottom together. it will have two tabs on the left and right to be pinched to release the top from the bottom. (another similarity to the rotor.)
I will actually be dropping the back of the hopper down a bit for the motor area. and the batteries will be contained in the front portion under a false bottom. (again like the rotor.)
Also i completed the paddle top for the ball moving itself.






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Old 04-19-2011, 09:07 PM   #24 (permalink)
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wow. looks great. can't wait to see the finished project.
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Wow. Looks to be coming along quite well. Looking forward to seeing more!
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i stayed late after work to do this, i was rolling with ideas. plus i don't work tomorrow due to lack of work present. :/

started making a flat plane.
decieded i didnt like it and made this



another shot

put the paddles in place and a paintball

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anyone think this motor would work?
http://www.hobbyengineering.com/H2241.html
if so i will order one shortly.
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Old 04-20-2011, 07:10 PM   #28 (permalink)
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I heard if you take an Egg hopper bottom and Halo B? Top apparetnly they just fit right together. Someone was usin one at SPE, coolest hopper I've seen.

Pretty much looks like what you designed (externally).


Cool design though. I would buy one.
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I like it, especially all the carbon
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Looks like it would do the trick for pumps. Seems like the rotor is very favorable amongst all players regardless of the marker. I am surprised DYE hasn't made a smaller version as they could really capitalize on the pump market.

Put it at a reasonable price and I'm sure there would be plenty of people willing to buy it. Forget multiple colors, leave it black as that is what most hoppers are colored.
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