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  • RAZRBAKK
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  • Snowpuff
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    Double ats85/ar grip trigger setup prototype
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  • XEMON
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    For new you gonna have to page @doc 👍

  • CUBE
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    Jordan, I'm trying to find the name of the manufacturer, which I found awhile ago but forget. It's like... Oh Yeah Paintball or something like that. They don't exist anymore.

    Actually, does anyone even make a T-stock anymore? I legit cannot find one outside of used ebay-type stuff or baccipaintball.

    Edit: I found it; it's an In Yo Face Paintball T-stock. They came solid and drilled.
    Last edited by CUBE; 01-28-2024, 10:12 PM.

  • Jordan
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    Is that a PMI Tstock? I've got one I want to something similar with.

  • CUBE
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    TPU tank bracket for T-stock
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  • RAZRBAKK
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    CF PETG prints so god damn nice. New pump handle and stick feed for the Spitfire.

    Trying to come up with a "finger" detent for this guy. Like a cap/sleeve since there's no back stop in the body.

    Printed this one horizontally, but I think I'll do a vertical print. Also gonna bring the speed down, a few imperfections I think I could avoid.

    I will have to see how these fit on SL68s as well.

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  • Spider!
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    I'm thinking the body profile has to be part of the etch model, somehow... Not that I have poked around lasers much. I've only been thinking of converting my old wooden prusa to a laser head.

  • XEMON
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    You will need custom programming and g-code to get it to look clean, but I have a Spyder body donated by @muller for the purpose of testing the laser, it will be next on the rotary 👍

  • BrickHaus
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    The issue is, the rotary software won't figure the body contours. It assumes the apart is round. The laser will lose resolution as the body profile deviates out of the round profile, but it should be doable.

  • Spider!
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    I was wondering about stuff like cocker bodies. I can see that being handled in software, but will that fit in the common programming?

  • XEMON
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    its the spare stepper for my ender 😅
    You can use any stepper you want, you just need to set it up properly in the software and calibrate it accordingly.
    I need to do some tweaks to the support, but its a good proof of concept to know it works well right now.

    The part not shown here is the 3D printed support i screw on the tail stock screw. Also note there is a bearing in there.

    The cocker bodies might not play as nice due to the double stack tube style ... I have a few larger bodies i want to try next.

  • BrickHaus
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    That just a 3d printer stepper? Nice! You got my wheels going. My buddy has a rotary and was telling me he couldn't laser a body. I saw this and we got to talking how he could maybe change his supports to do bodies. We may try something on a trilogy I got coming my way.

  • XEMON
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    Not printed today, but tested today. I designed a rotary attachment for my laser from spare parts I had laying around ... Now I can do barrels and cool bodies 😁

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  • RAZRBAKK
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    Much better with the raft.



    Stringing is still a bit much, and there's some tweaks I need to make (like forgetting to round the last set of windows), but I will put this STL up in the next week or two.

    You can see I already cracked the front. Not necessarily a reflection of it's durability, I was just being an idiot. I'm going to try it in CF-PETG tomorrow and hopefully that one is a bit more sturdy. The CF really does seem to bind the layers much better.

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