This is but a simple, yet highly effective quick release trigger assembly that can be built by anyone with some very basic tools and supplies. I Also included some CAD photos for a more clear view.

Before we succeed we must at least fail one time. This video shows the trigger in operation with too low tension applied. As you can see, the plastic-on-metal combination has too much friction, I would rather suggest using metal, or any other hard surface material.

This video shows the simple way in witch this trigger operates, but as seen in the other video, there is a min tension required to overcome some friction.

im disapointed by your explanation please make a step by step instructable
JetBoer (author)  davtheman2232 years ago
Have you read the pdf file.
TimmyMiller4 years ago
what about adding a locking hinge system on the trigger bar,
so if it gets stuck you can unlock it and thus allowing it to continue to launch.

just an idea
TimmyMiller4 years ago
i didn't see that there... whoops
anyway that will prove useful
TimmyMiller4 years ago
can you make instructions on how to build this, because i would very much like to build one?

JetBoer (author)  TimmyMiller4 years ago
See the PDF
JetBoer (author)  TimmyMiller4 years ago
No problem. I'll see what I can do.
ZoDo4 years ago
I see in the first video that it doesn't quite work the way it was intended :P But it's a good idea .
JetBoer (author)  ZoDo4 years ago
Hi. The first video only demonstrates that there is a min force required to overcome the friction present, but luckily in most cases where this trigger can be used, the force is far greater that the friction force.