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diw08

Nerf Claymore Mine

by diw08 Jul 21, 2011
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to help with spring loading it put a custom piece firmly on the spring so its between the spring and dart. the piece need to then be able to clip on the bottom of the claymore and release when pulled back, you my need another piece. Hope this helps!

How about a nerf Katyusha?

this thing is pretty cool..... i want....:P

These are awesome! Could you post your design files? Also, how are you springloading and firing these?

I put up the openSCAD file. It's not to tidy or commented, but when I get the design finalized I'll clean it up more.

As for springs and firing, my plan is to bring the mk0.2 to the hardware store in the next day or two, play around with springs and then design and print a firing mechanism around them. I have a general idea of what i'm going to do but nothing more detailed yet. I'll keep you updated!

As an avid practitioner of office nerf warfare, I am very interested in how this device will come out! Keep working on it!

Thanks! I'm printing version 0.2 right now, 9 hours down, 3 to go o_0 definitively won't be producing these in bulk... I might try scaling it down to shoot only 4 in a fan configuration instead of 12 :-P

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If you stack them in a honey comb shape, it should reduce the plastic to nerf darts ratio (less external wall and internal wall for the same number of darts)

Just a thought...

I was thinking about doing that but I was trying to make it parametric, but now that I think about it I could just use a module so every other row was offset honey combed... Good idea!