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|05-14-2013, 12:13 AM||#1 (permalink)|
The Man With No Plan
thought process... eblade/cocker guys help!
i need to actuate a cocker 3way noid.....
but it will be a mech trigger
ie mech trigger, mid pull it cycles the 3way, which cycles the lpr/ram
possible? board wise.... its just the 3way activation, so on/off and dwell? i think?
i dont need a clapper noid, its not a cocker either, soooo dont worry about that haha
would it be possible?
mech trigger with electronic 3way noid to cycle the pneus??
|05-14-2013, 12:46 AM||#2 (permalink)|
well cocker boards dont use micro switchs so any object that passes through the boards sensor would trip the 3way with the clapper removed. Setting the board to classic mode should keep timing to a minimum. That way the 3way wont reverse until the object is moved
In theory a long adjustment screw installed through a trigger into the frame could be set to pass through the sensor. Using the screw length itself to fine tune timing
|05-14-2013, 12:56 AM||#3 (permalink)|
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Actually depending on what you are actuating and when you need it to turn on and off a simple switch might just do what you need without a need for a board.
More details would help me give you a better answer or a simple circuit that will do what you need without complex or expensive electronics.
|05-14-2013, 09:49 AM||#5 (permalink)|
The Man With No Plan
cant tell the platform yet... too secretive
mech trigger (solid pull)
adding a cocker frontblock to it (lots of custom lol)
the ram will push the bolt back, then cycle forward and shoot
because i dont want to use the clapper, i have to get a little creative
i dont need ramping/burst/eyes
slow semi is fine by me!
actually full auto would be legit but not needed lol
i was thinking microswitch mounted in the trigger frame, behind the trigger
pull the trigger, marker cycles
trigger hits the activation point (microswitch gets hit) noid cycles the ram
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