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    Stacking FSR into the spring feed tube of a DRV

    Hello MCB,

    This just popped in my mind ... I HAD to try it ...

    What about stacking FSR into the front tube of a DRV? The FSR are already facing the right way, and they dont have to be flipped or anything ... But they nose fit inside the squirt of the one in front ... so what about a 3D printed cone spacer to hold the FSR at the right place?

    5 minutes later:
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    10 minutes later:


    1 hour later:
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    What do you think?

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    #2
    I packed some with a bit of tissue paper for this in a spring feed idea. I would suggest the same; FS rounds don’t need to leave any more crap laying around than they already do.

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    • XEMON

      XEMON

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      Dam youre quick, you posted before i even had time to fix the photos πŸ˜‹

      Its black PLA, so its supposed to be "biodegradable" ... but im not sure what the lifetime actually is ...

      How did they fly?

    #3
    All I caught was " 10 minutes later". That bed full of parts would take me hours to print to get em to work. Lol.

    i feel these may want to tumble, and or that back cap may hurt if it stays with the round.

    What if you skeletonized the cone down to 2x rings, and 4x " legs" connecting them for a better chance to make the cone sabot not fly forward?

    or even a ring at the fsr end, legs to a flat for the round nose. You would think that tiny flat would act as qn air brake for your spacers.


    i would think they would still be strong enough to support the spring stack either way.

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    • BrickHaus

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      The more I picture this, your cad model shows it may work, but you could even make the flat that the next round buts up to almost the diameter of the fsr to reallly make it like an air brake so it stops like a sabot.

    #4
    That full bed is just a few minutes above an hour.

    I like your idea of a break to "pull" the spacer out ...
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      #5
      If that bit doesn't fall out.... Enjoy your time in court.

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      • XEMON

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        You sir, make a very good point. Home use only!
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