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#1 dim3

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 04:01 AM

Here is Double mavericks and double barrel mavericks in action video.
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#2 phillypretzel

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 11:10 AM

Very well done. I would like to see how you made the over/under double turret.
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Posted 28 August 2010 - 12:49 PM

Very well done. I would like to see how you made the over/under double turret.

He made a write-up a while ago. You need some 1/4" wood.
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Posted 28 August 2010 - 01:15 PM

The Double Maverick (two guns, one grip/trigger) seems like it would be like the Barrel Break, but a lot better. Nice work. :o
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Posted 28 August 2010 - 02:54 PM

Very well done. I would like to see how you made the over/under double turret.

He made a write-up a while ago. You need some 1/4" wood.


http://nerfhaven.com...topic=17302&hl= is the write-up in question.

I used his measurements to design sprockets for my own Tri-Cylinder:

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Needs painting and a few other things... I've got plans for making it a Semi-Auto by merging it with a Magstrike and a hornet chamber... but that's still in the test phase. not going to hack into such a pretty thing until I'm sure it will work.
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Posted 28 August 2010 - 03:02 PM

How did you get those sprockets? machine them? or are they commercialy(sp) avaiable?

EDIT@kitadrian: Would you be willing to sell them?
EDIT@dim3: How do you machine the screw holes and stuff in the back?

Edited by gmzamz, 28 August 2010 - 03:08 PM.

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 03:09 PM

How did you get those sprockets? machine them? or are they commercialy(sp) avaiable?



I designed them in Illustrator, and then had a buddy of mine who owns a laser cutter/engraver clean up the images with a CAD like program, and cut them out of 1/8" Acrylic. Then I took the 2 layers for each sprocket and glued them together for 1/4" thickness.

@Gmzamz: I won't sell this one. I could see if my friend still has the pattern file. PM me with what you would be willing to pay, maybe we'll talk.

Edited by KitAdrian, 28 August 2010 - 03:18 PM.

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 04:46 PM

How did you get those sprockets? machine them? or are they commercialy(sp) avaiable?



I designed them in Illustrator, and then had a buddy of mine who owns a laser cutter/engraver clean up the images with a CAD like program, and cut them out of 1/8" Acrylic. Then I took the 2 layers for each sprocket and glued them together for 1/4" thickness.

@Gmzamz: I won't sell this one. I could see if my friend still has the pattern file. PM me with what you would be willing to pay, maybe we'll talk.




If you dicide to sell the sprockets I might like a set.
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#9 dim3

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 10:26 PM

Very well done. I would like to see how you made the over/under double turret.

He made a write-up a while ago. You need some 1/4" wood.


http://nerfhaven.com...topic=17302&hl= is the write-up in question.

I used his measurements to design sprockets for my own Tri-Cylinder:

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Needs painting and a few other things... I've got plans for making it a Semi-Auto by merging it with a Magstrike and a hornet chamber... but that's still in the test phase. not going to hack into such a pretty thing until I'm sure it will work.



I like what you have done. Nice work
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#10 dim3

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 10:29 PM

How did you get those sprockets? machine them? or are they commercialy(sp) avaiable?

EDIT@kitadrian: Would you be willing to sell them?
EDIT@dim3: How do you machine the screw holes and stuff in the back?



Hi gmzamz, no machine screws was used.
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#11 gmzamz

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 09:03 AM

How did you get those sprockets? machine them? or are they commercialy(sp) avaiable?

EDIT@kitadrian: Would you be willing to sell them?
EDIT@dim3: How do you machine the screw holes and stuff in the back?



Hi gmzamz, no machine screws was used.


What I mean't was, how did you machine the back plate to allow the wings to sit in it flush?
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#12 dim3

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 08:57 PM

How did you get those sprockets? machine them? or are they commercialy(sp) avaiable?

EDIT@kitadrian: Would you be willing to sell them?
EDIT@dim3: How do you machine the screw holes and stuff in the back?



Hi gmzamz, no machine screws was used.


What I mean't was, how did you machine the back plate to allow the wings to sit in it flush?



this one is slightly different. The wings is not included. Just used the main center pivot gear.
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#13 KitAdrian

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Posted 30 August 2010 - 06:01 PM

It's my experience that you don't really need the wings on the retaining ring. My Sprocket designs call for cutting one of the wings off, and even then, I decided to glue them in place, rather than put the screw in them. So you should be able to get away with just making the main hole, cutting off both wings, and gluing the retaining ring into whatever bracket you've got going on.
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#14 dim3

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Posted 30 August 2010 - 08:23 PM

It's my experience that you don't really need the wings on the retaining ring. My Sprocket designs call for cutting one of the wings off, and even then, I decided to glue them in place, rather than put the screw in them. So you should be able to get away with just making the main hole, cutting off both wings, and gluing the retaining ring into whatever bracket you've got going on.




Yes, that works. With the first Maverick. I used base wood which was very easy to use, and why i included the wing screws. With the clear version. All i used was just the center gear part. it works great.
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Posted 18 June 2013 - 11:42 PM

http://nerfhaven.com...topic=17302&hl= is the write-up in question.

I used his measurements to design sprockets for my own Tri-Cylinder:

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Needs painting and a few other things... I've got plans for making it a Semi-Auto by merging it with a Magstrike and a hornet chamber... but that's still in the test phase. not going to hack into such a pretty thing until I'm sure it will work.


Do you still have the file for the sprocket design?

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Edited by Carbon, 19 June 2013 - 08:16 AM.

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