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CogswellCogs
12-10-2014, 07:20 PM
I have a few custom made airsoft gun kits available for sale. These were designed for Mech Warfare. They are built around a commercial airsoft gearbox, barrel, and bucking. Three ABS 3-D printed pieces and a small hopper agitator motor complete the device. The guns are modular and designed to mount in groups. Side plates go on either side of the assembly to form the sides of the hopper. Take a look at the pictures below.

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Here are the important points:

The gearbox is rated at 7.2v, but I've been running them at 5v to reduce the rate of fire.
The hopper agitator motor runs off 5v maximum. DO NOT EXCEED 5v FOR THE AGITATOR.
Several mounting locations are available for mounting your own equipment (camera, laser, etc.)
A hopper lid is NOT included. Mounting locations are availble on the hopper for your own lid.
The power leads are terminated with a Tamiya plug and have a small slide switch.
The ABS pieces are white. They paint well with ordinary model spray paint.
Each gun is hand assembled and tested. Velocities range from 125-160 fps. Due to the experimental nature of the devices, however, I cannot accept returns.


And some key specs and dimensions:

Gun weight: 200g
Two side plates: 100g
Hopper capacity: About 575 BBs. You can expand this with a little custom work.
Overall length: 250mm. This includes a 70mm barrel protrusion.
Height with hopper: 140mm. 75mm without the hopper.
Outside length at the top of the hopper: 120mm.
Single gun module thickness: 24mm w/o side plates
Side plate thickness: 3mm clear PETG.


A single gun with two side plates is $120.
A double gun with two side plates is $200.
US shipping is included. PM me on this forum if you're interested.

jwatte
12-10-2014, 08:34 PM
That's a good price! Using the same gearboxes, and ripping the barrel from a Defender, and using the Shapeways 3D printed hopup/gun/magazine part set (https://www.shapeways.com/model/1745328/bundle-of-robot-parts.html?li=shop-results&materialId=6), and a Pololu mini gear motor for agitator, you'll pay only slightly less than $120, and then you have to assemble it yourself.

Separately, I think your guns would go super well with the Onyx Fire II (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K0O0RUY/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00K0O0RUY&linkCode=as2&tag=enchage-20&linkId=V2DENTDG3MEYBQK3) gearbox and agitator control boards! Maybe there's a way to mount the Onyx Slide sensor (http://onyxrobots.com/2014/05/12/onyx-slide/) to the gearbox, too?