2017-08-09 (W) Pi0 Laser Tag PiTagErrUs

There were not enough pipes for all the parts that had been printed and purchased. It would have been possible to simply build fewer taggers but it seemed logical to have spares and enough pipes for all the parts. A five foot (1.5m) length of ABS pipe was purchased and cut into four equally sized pieces. Masking tape was applied to each side so the center lines could be marked. This time, the TOP and BOTTOM were clearly labeled along with the FRONT and REAR.

Cut pipes with masking tape markings

The hole locations were marked with a marker and the hole diameter was written on the tape. At the ends where the handle and foregrip were going to be cemented, a knife was used to score the plastic. After the tape is removed, that line can be used to attach the handle and foregrip in line with the tagger. The holes were drilled, some as large as 30mm across and all the tape was removed.

Marking hole locations and center lines


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Completed projects from year 1 
Completed projects from year 2
Completed projects from year 3

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