Homemade Web Shooter

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About: My name is Alex and I like to do it all with my own hands. I'm fond of arduino and I like to invent different constructions on it.

In this tutorial, I want to show you how to make a simple web-shooter at home.Now Spider-Man is very popular, so I decided that you would find out how to make it the most popular gadget - web shooter

Step 1: Watch the Video

Step 2: Materials:

- Old watch case

- Aluminum tube 7mm

- Aluminum tube 10mm

- Iron rod threaded at two ends

- Spring - Ring from the keychain

- Nuts

- Plastic cover

- White thread

- Thermoshrinkage

- Iron ball

- Plastic syringe

- Tools

Step 3: Trigger Mechanism

First you need to cut off the tip of the syringe, drill a hole in it for the metal rod and cut the syringe's thread. Then, having increased the diameter of the aluminum tube using heat shrinkage, put our part on it. Metal rod also increase the diameter with heat shrinkage at the end. Then we put a spring on the rod and push it into the aluminum tube. After pushing the other end of the tube through the hole, you need to fix the metal ring on it with nuts.

Step 4: Web

I made a web of white thread at the end of which with the help of heat shrinkage I fixed a metal ball.

Step 5: Installation

I recorded using hot melt on the watch case. Detailed assembly shown in the video.

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    WestWindsDemon

    Tip 11 days ago

    Use a bolt with the top on.
    There are better ways to secure things than heat shrink over heat shrink.
    You could have painted that cap before mounting it.
    3 or 4 lighter coats of paint are better than one thick coat.
    It would be awesome if you showed how to load the string on the tube, just shoving it in would not work.

    Lastly, great thinking and great use of common household items. Learning little tricks and techniques are all part of learning, keep going!