These are the instructions to build it.
Anyways, some of the advantages are that it:
Is sturdier than the original TR8.
Doesn't use an abundance of two-slot grey connectors.
Is really pleasing geometrically to build. (I could just stare at the internals of the turret for hours. :3)
Is compatible with all the other TR8's.
Get the exact same range as a regular TR8.
I would recommend this to anyone who wants to have a turret that is different. Mount this on your Turret Rifle today!
Take note that 4-slot green connectors don't have to be used for the majority of the barrels; you can also use red 3-slot connectors, or anything that has more than two slots, but no larger than a five-slot connector.
I'm working on a turret pistol that will use this turret. So far, I have only posted pictures of it here. Keep it quiet, though. :3
Step 1: The Parts
Green Four Slot Connectors: 40 (Can be substituted with Red Three Slot Connectors or even Yellow Five-slot Connectors)
Red Three Slot Connectors: 8
Orange Two Slot Connectors: 8
White Eight Slot Connectors: 5
Tan and/ or blue clips: 8 (You just have to have eight little nubs; it doesn't matter which kind; they can be mixed or all of one type.)
Green Rods: 40
Blue Rods: 8
White Rods: 8
Keep in mind that it's possible to substitute many things for this turret. If you don't have enough pieces: experiment!
Step 2: The First Layers
When you're done with this step, you should just stare at it for a bit. That spiral pattern looks pretty cool, doesn't it.
Step 3: The Next Layers
Step 4: The Last Layers