Here are the STL files done on Sketch up that we used to 3d print, prototype and then make molds for our resin cast rocket launcher parts kit to shoot our 40mm foam rockets at airsoft/milsim/paintball games. The Orgnial product is here http://www.milsimlabs.com/RL%20parts%20kit.htmla
Our days of Sketch up, 3D printed masters, to silicone molds and A+B resins are going by the way side. Man 2015 seems sooo long ago
Fusion360, CNC, Aluminum molds and injection molding is fast becoming our future and we are working on a much more advanced injection molded replacement for this product.
Given the whole point of selling these at the pipsqueak $12 was to promote rocket use, and as its planed to be replaced with a much improved version , its being released to the 3D printing world for for personal use !
Everything prints flat on its back no supports, so you wil need to change some of the orientations, while never intended as a 3D printed product it works well, perhaps a little meaty to over come some of the flex issues in the resin cast fished product
Credit were credit is due, the inspiration for this goes back 10 years http://www.instructables.com/id/Airsoft-M72-LAW-launcher/
Happy tank busting
Real time build video