Web shooter: possible?

Discussion in 'Spidey-World' started by White_widow, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. Peter Avalos Registered

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    please come back widow! I am dying to reboot this.
     
  2. Peter Avalos Registered

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    Please come back this thread as inspired me so much I need your help!
     
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    Personally, I think this idea is pretty cool, but I have a suggestion: It would be much strongest if the nozzle would spin like a drill, braiding it in on itself like an old fashion rope machine.
     
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    lets reboot this thread its been active since 2012 in 7 years we gotta be close
     
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    I know it’s 2019, but wouldn’t
    Cyanoacrylate work. It’s strong once bonded to a fiber, biodegradable, and doesn’t get clogged when coming out of the nozzle
     
  6. Reckless Registered

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    I agree, maybe like a 5x5 5nozzles and five mini ones within each one
     
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    What if our answer is something that literally under our noses? What if the formula itself would be similar to Nylon?
     
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    If been studying about this stuff for a while.
    The Web Shooter it's "easy" but the real problem is the web fluid.
    Soo yeah, maybe we can use the same formula of Nylon and modify it.
    PVA it's cheap and strong, acetone can be a good bet and cellulose acetate it is good to stick to walls or something.
     
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    We can give a shoot!
    I can try someday, but i'll need more days to study
     
  10. MadRennan Registered

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    To be right, this isn't work without the web shooter.
    And you're idea it's brilliant!
    But now, we need to make the formula somehow!
     
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    Y'all are honestly the smartest people ever. I'm really lookin forward to this, and although I don't know much now, trust me when I say, I'm working on it.
     
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    Yo can somebody please help me out with the "wrist mounted water gun". Could someone help me get started with A) Supplies, and B) The steps to make it? Thanks a bunch!
     
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    Hey, if been soo busy with the fluid that I completely forget about the shooter.
    So, i read one of the Spider-Man books, and the most obvious thing it's a shut off valve or a retention valve, that can cut the web to be able to make another shoot on the same shooter.
     

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