2017-03-22 (W) Pi0 Laser Tag PiTagErrUs

Handles for the gun were expensive, ranging from $6 USD to $10 USD. While the purchased handles should be durable and they were easy to source it made sense to model one for anyone who didn't want to purchase one or couldn't easily source one. This also meant that the internal adapter had to be changed since the first one relied on a single fender washer adapter on the inside.

 Handle and internal adapter. GIMP does something weird to add an orange BG

1/4" (6mm) bolt holes were still used to attach the handle but two were used, one behind and one in front of the handle. This should provide enough stability to tolerate the torque on the handle while the wide base should maintain the side-to-side torque.

Full tagger model


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2017-03-19 (Su)