Introduction: Functional Lego Technic Spider-Man Web Shooter V2
This is the version 2 of my Spider-Man Web Shooter. It works, looks, feels better than the first, and it actually shoots web! I'm sure you will enjoy making this instructable! Just follow the picture instructions, read the notes, and you'll be fine!
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Step 1: Firing the Web Shooter
Step 2: The Pieces Needed
These are all the pieces you need to make this instructable. Remember, the pieces don't have to be the exact color, they just need to be the same shape. The white thread needs to be at least over three feet long, you'll also need two rubber bands.
Step 3: Step 1
Step 18: The Web Spool (optional)
Step 22: Stuffing the Thread
To secure the thread you'll need to stuff the thread into the 1x3 technic piece. This step is shown in the picture above, and the next.
Step 26: The Web Projectile
The web projectile is to be secured on the end of the string opposite of the spool. The thread will be secured the same way as in the web spool. Stuff the string in the hole with the 1x3 peg.
It should look like this when your done building it.
Step 28: Aesthetics (optional)
Step 36: Mounting the Plate
When the plate is attached, it should look like this
Step 39: Wrist Guide
Step 42: Wrist Protector
This wrist protector keeps the rubber bands used to hold the shooter on from pinching your wrist.
The wrist protector should look like this when you're finished.
Step 47: Rubber Bands
Two rubber bands are needed to hold the web shooter on.
Step 49: Mounting the Web Shooter
Lift the rubber bands on your wrist up, and slide the shooter underneath them as pictured above.
Step 50: Wrist Protector
Once the shooter is on, slide the wrist protector under the rubber bands that are on top of your wrist as pictured above. (the red tip should be facing towards your fingers)
Step 51: Wrapping Spool
When wrapping the thread it is the easiest to have your arm facing up with the spool facing you. Snugly wrap the white thread around the spool till the projectile hangs 2-3 inches underneath the throwing arm.
Step 52: Placing Projectile
Place the projectile in the throwing "fingers".
Step 53: Loosening Thread
When the projectile is in place, pull the thread forwards on the spool so that it is very loose.
(this will help it come off much better)
Step 54: Thwip!
The shooter should be ready to fire! Push down on the palm pad to fire. Pushing quickly by bending your wrist works best.
Step 56: Thank You!
Thank you for taking your time to build my instructable! I hope you enjoy playing with it! :)
If you have any questions regarding how to make it, send me a message in the comments and I will be happy to respond!