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Old 01-27-2015, 06:20 PM   #701
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I'm getting the 3-d printer next weekend, and I'm gonna work on some designs for prototypes
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Old 01-27-2015, 06:23 PM   #702
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Also, I'm just putting this out there, but consumer 3-d printing has become a lot more achievable, the makerbot replicator 3-d printer is only US $2,899 and you can even find one at your local SAMs club, or best buy (depending whether their stocked up) , and will do wonder when testing and making containers, the shooter itself, and a lot of other parts, since they are very precise, and you get manufacture quality, best part, no tubes and duct tape! You just need to make the designs in the software to scale, put in the working parts, Ieg: Motor, Co2, tubes. Etc., put it together and voila, good looking, aesthetically pleasing web shooter
While they ARE becoming more achievable, its still hard to get one even if you have a good steady job. btw, to others who are interested in it but dont have the money, check ur highschool/university. a lot of them are getting 3d printers now these days, and will let you use them for a small fee for the plasic stuff that is used. there are also companies that you can send your digital 3d model to that will print them and send them for you. but ive never tried that way so i cant say for sure.

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Old 04-20-2015, 03:49 PM   #703
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I've literally made them strong enough that a 6-in long very thin piece held up an electric guitar from a weighted fork.

PVA FOR THE WIN

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Old 04-21-2015, 01:57 AM   #704
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I've literally made them strong enough that a 6-in long very thin piece held up an electric guitar from a weighted fork.

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I thought that this thread was gone! How are you Cbass?

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Old 06-21-2016, 07:58 PM   #705
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hi guys im new here and im curious if there is a formula that will hold weight because all i see is acetate (dash dash dash)---- so i dont know if the website is blocking the full words or what. but if there is an official formula please email it to me at teejay21156@yahoo.com PLLEAASSEE. or just message me on here


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Old 07-21-2016, 06:34 PM   #706
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Posted some pics on spiderdevice.webs.com . My webbing wont hold a guitar unfortunately! Lol

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