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Old 01-11-2019, 10:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3D Printed Mag STL Files

I've seen a few people out there with 3D-printed ATS mag halves. Would anyone out there be willing to share the file? Doesn't have to be perfect, as long as the dimensions are correct.
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I'll see if I can find mine. I know they were close enough that they mated right up to the original halves.
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That would be fantastic. I've been tearing through mag alternatives and I had an idea about basically building an ATS mag that's set up just like Dye DAM mags.
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I had mine here, but Ruleofsines' shell was nicer. You might need to scale it down a few percent on the Z axis, but that might have just been my printer.

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Out of curiousity, before I try and rig something up, has anyone made a continuous springfeed mag, along the lines of a backwards Helix mag?
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I am not aware of any publicly released versions, no. There was a guy up in Canada that made a single stack magazine utilizing the stock mag dimensions. If used demag springs and their same retainer door. I don't know if he ever share the files though.
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So I found STLs, The LeftShell is good I think, if you don't have or remove the screw in the side of the magwell. My ATS didn't have the little screw stuck in the side so I didn't make a slot in the mag.


The right shell is only at V3, and doesn't look like I even finished cutting the notch for the mating surface, I thought it was further along than that. Lots of stuff going on and I lost track of this project.
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There are 3D prints of both halves? That is GREAT! How about components of the ratchet system for the chain? I did see a (I guess beta project) project for printing a 3D print of the chain and the pins. The chain print will be a good thing too.
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