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#1 Pineapplepies

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Posted 13 April 2017 - 04:43 PM

Does anyone know of how to make an absolver for the demolisher hamp? I don't really know what I would use and suggestions and material list would help. There aren't really any good guides on this and I know I would want a coupler but not sure how to make the multi barrel system.

To clarify, what I'm asking here is I understand I need a coupler system, and I need a bunch of a certain size of other couplers to make different attachments, but I'm wondering what I would use and how I would do it

Edited by Pineapplepies, 14 April 2017 - 12:21 PM.

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Posted 13 April 2017 - 06:24 PM

You could use CPVC in a 3 shot or 7 shot configuration (assuming the 7 shot configuration fits; the 3 shot definitely would).


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Posted 13 April 2017 - 08:37 PM

Been done, no offence intended, but wasn't this on an SBNC show? Where some dude did what your asking about? Cuz if thats what your thinking about, I think he explained how he made it.

But seriously, just cut out the inline barrel thingy, put some CPVC inside, and puddy that shiz up

I mean, I honestly would just couple it with CPVC and use it as a built on HAMP system.

 

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 12:18 PM

You could use CPVC in a 3 shot or 7 shot configuration (assuming the 7 shot configuration fits; the 3 shot definitely would).

 
Ok.... but still, how?!?!? I know that's how I do it, but where do I start, better question, what do I go and buy to make it???!? I know I should use either a twist fit or a regular coupler but then what about the actual piece that holds the cpvc, like what holds those pieces in place. I don't know if any pvc part that would fit in the back of that launching tube, like what size coupler or piece what I use

 

Been done, no offence intended, but wasn't this on an SBNC show? Where some dude did what your asking about? Cuz if thats what your thinking about, I think he explained how he made it.
But seriously, just cut out the inline barrel thingy, put some CPVC inside, and puddy that shiz up
I mean, I honestly would just couple it with CPVC and use it as a built on HAMP system.
 
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Checked, I know which video you are talking about but no he mentioned conduit, not what we could use here in the U.S, and I mean I want it to be REMOVABLE and able to fire one dart or three. I will ask the question and clarify more here, I want a REMOVABLE system where I put one coupler piece, and then can select different types of barrels so I can use megas, three darts, one dart, missles etc. What I don't get though is how do I make said attachments, and what materials do I use? Like what size coupling would actually allow me to use three darts and then also one?

And also, I don't care what I have to buy/use to do this, including if I have to print something because I have a 3D printer, I can make next to anything but need to know how

Edited by Pineapplepies, 14 April 2017 - 12:19 PM.

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 06:09 PM

If you use a standard coupler (I don't know which size fits on the Demolisher, usually 1/2" PVC is a safe bet though) any piece of pipe the size of the coupler will be interchangeable. If 1/2 does work, you could use a 1/2" stub with 1/2" CPVC in it for a single shot barrel, a 1/2x1 adapter to fit multiple barrels in, a 1/2x3/4 (IIRC) to fit a mega barrel, etc etc.

I'd recommend that - whichever coupler size fits over the barrel - you use a slipxthread coupler so your attachments won't be launched if attached wrong. After that, it's pretty much cut to size legos. Most of the pipe sizes available should have bushings to adapt them between each other.

If you don't know and no one else does, take a slice of the HAMP's launch nozzle off and bring it to the store to check what fits. If you want whatever you make to fit in the barrel, either bring that or bring measurements from it (make a paper ring or something). Failing all else, you'll need barrel material for your elites- bring one to the store and check it in 1/2" CPVC until you find a fit you like, then bring that home, cut some chunks off, and test how many will fit in the barrel.

You can use basically anything to cut PVC/CPVC, so if you own any saw already you don't need another.
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Posted 14 April 2017 - 07:34 PM

OP,

 

I've seen your prior posts and you seem pretty smart (unlike many other posters here and elsewhere online). Therefore, I firmly believe all you need to do is search on NH for "absolver" and look at the pictures of what people have done. There is no "trick" or special part to use. It's honestly as simple as figuring how to guide high pressure air from one opening into a 3 or 7 bundle of barrels.

 

I made my own set of absolver shells and couplers by going to a bigbox hardware store and looking at what PVC screw and friction fit couplers, pipes, tubes, and other doodads they had and just brainstormed internally for 15 minutes. I then bought a wide variety of sizes and shapes (they're so cheap) went to my workshop and just experimented with only hot glue, a saw, a mitre box, epoxy, PVC cement, an X-acto knife blade, and polystyrene card stock. Literally, that's all I did and was able to figure it out despite being one of the lowest IQ members on NH.

 

Here, look at what I did:

 

http://nerfhaven.com...0-fs-mav-titan/

 

No, I don't have the part numbers or exact dimensions, but you don't need them if you go to a bigbox hardware store and just spend an extra $4.75 on PVC parts.

 

In hindsight, I would have used a screw couple with a larger opening, but that's the only thing I would have changed.


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Posted 14 April 2017 - 09:51 PM

I GOT THIS ONE
You mentioned something about 3D printing, which I've done a bit with for absolvers. I made a simple 3 shot barrel in CAD, here it is:
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Just stick a stub of 0.5" CPVC into the back to attach it to a coupler system.

Also here is a link to the .STL, if it doesn't work for some reason let me know:
LINK

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Posted 16 April 2017 - 07:10 AM

I did it, just the way I had said it. All you have to do is fill the head with hot glue, add more stuff/hot glue to kill dead space in plunger tube, and cut down barrel/epoxy on 1/2" cpvc pipe and if you want a coupler, put on a coupler. Hits like a truck on steroids singled, went so fast using a stock dart that I couldn't see it.

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Posted 16 April 2017 - 04:19 PM

If you're gonna single it anyway, just brass the barrel. It's not technically as modular as having a coupler, but it lets you shoot arrows and missiles for game modes that care about them.


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#10 Pineapplepies

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 10:10 AM

OP,

 

I've seen your prior posts and you seem pretty smart (unlike many other posters here and elsewhere online). Therefore, I firmly believe all you need to do is search on NH for "absolver" and look at the pictures of what people have done. There is no "trick" or special part to use. It's honestly as simple as figuring how to guide high pressure air from one opening into a 3 or 7 bundle of barrels.

 

I made my own set of absolver shells and couplers by going to a bigbox hardware store and looking at what PVC screw and friction fit couplers, pipes, tubes, and other doodads they had and just brainstormed internally for 15 minutes. I then bought a wide variety of sizes and shapes (they're so cheap) went to my workshop and just experimented with only hot glue, a saw, a mitre box, epoxy, PVC cement, an X-acto knife blade, and polystyrene card stock. Literally, that's all I did and was able to figure it out despite being one of the lowest IQ members on NH.

 

Here, look at what I did:

 

http://nerfhaven.com...0-fs-mav-titan/

 

No, I don't have the part numbers or exact dimensions, but you don't need them if you go to a bigbox hardware store and just spend an extra $4.75 on PVC parts.

 

In hindsight, I would have used a screw couple with a larger opening, but that's the only thing I would have changed.

 

Based off of this, I likely will use this another time because I'm planning on using a 1/2 inch cpvc coupler, however, I will use your system. I know this would be a weird part if it exists, but does anyone know if there is a cpvc coupler PLUS a screw couple part? Like I'm saying a screw coupler of a certain size, then the inner diameter fitting cpvc through friction fit.

I GOT THIS ONE
You mentioned something about 3D printing, which I've done a bit with for absolvers. I made a simple 3 shot barrel in CAD, here it is:
wMWXClv.png

Just stick a stub of 0.5" CPVC into the back to attach it to a coupler system.

Also here is a link to the .STL, if it doesn't work for some reason let me know:
LINK

Using this, printing this today, do you know if this is airtight already or should I just wrap it in tape so no air escapes?

 

I did it, just the way I had said it. All you have to do is fill the head with hot glue, add more stuff/hot glue to kill dead space in plunger tube, and cut down barrel/epoxy on 1/2" cpvc pipe and if you want a coupler, put on a coupler. Hits like a truck on steroids singled, went so fast using a stock dart that I couldn't see it.

Ok cool, the group consensus seems to be to use 1/2 inch cpvc, so that's likely what I will do, thank you


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Posted 20 April 2017 - 11:34 AM

The easiest way to do that is to cut off the original demolished barrel material and hot glue a 1/2un pvc coupler in its place.
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Posted 20 April 2017 - 06:30 PM

Using this, printing this today, do you know if this is airtight already or should I just wrap it in tape so no air escapes?


All I had to do was clean up the inside of the barrels from some of the printing imperfections; what I did was drill in REVERSE with a half inch bit down each barrel. Instead of tape, I epoxied the stub of CPVC into the end, which guaranteed a seal and was permanent.

Edited by The Manta, 20 April 2017 - 06:32 PM.

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