Introduction: Mini Catapult

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-Here is my mini catapult; The perfect accessory for ejecting your peas away from your plate.

(Modeled in a software3d and then print with a 3d printer)

Step 1: ​Equipment:

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Equipment:

-The stl file

-A 3d printer

-An elastic

Step 2: 3d Modeling

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The catapult is modeled in 3 parts, then exported, in stl format.

Step 3: 3D PRINTING

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Printed with dagoma discovey 200 With these parameters:

part1:

x:78.40mm

y:69.81mm

z:158.64mm

layer thickness:0.20mm

Support: yes

Filling: full

time:2H30min

part2:

x:94.63mm

y:80.21mm

z:17.04mm

layer thickness:0.15mm

Support: YES

Filling: full

time:58MIN

part3(x2):
x:14.62mm

y:14.54mm

z:3.95mm

layer thickness:0.10mm

Support: no

Filling: full

time:5 min

Step 4: Assembly

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-The pieces are then assembled together. Parts fixed with glue.

I place then the rubber band

Step 5: Link

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STL: https://moon-station.mechamoon.com/index.php/produit/mini-catapulte/

Comments

eggert (author)2016-11-27

A pay only stl? I'm not sure, if I should flag this as spam... But
anyway, any one who wants to build something like this should search on
thingiverse for catapult...

yoda3d (author)eggert2016-11-27

I asked the question to "instuctable":

answer:
"Hello,

Yeah, you can share those links with your readers.

Troy (tomatoskins)"

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