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NiNaCa

New Member
Hi,

It's my first post (after introduce me). sorry for my poor english, i'm french....

Here is my WASP SN9
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The selector allows you to choose between 4 modes:
- safety screen
- single shot
- multi shot (burst of 3 shots)
- projector

The 2 buttons on the side allow you to reload and activate the laser
The barrel turns with a servo motor and everything is driven by an arduino nano.

I created the STLs with TinkerCAD. You can find them here:

thanks
 

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NiNaCa

New Member
It's oled screen 32x64
You can see how it works here:

I am not enthusiastic about my loading screen. I think I will modify it
 

joberg

Master Member
Fantastique taf (y) :cool: Je crois que tu es le premier à construire cette arme (sur RPF) avec ce genre d`effet électronique!
Fantastic job (y):cool: I believe that you're the first one here (on the RPF) to have built this weapon with these kinds of effects!
 

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Stefan Jones

Sr Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
Fantastic job and thanks for sharing the stl files. I always wanted to have a Wasp SN9 - now there is a chance to build one myself.
best wishes from Germany
 

NiNaCa

New Member
Merci
C'est ma premiere vraie création. Generalement je recopiai ce qui se faisait. Cela m'a permis d'apprendre (un peu) à programmer l'arduino.
Au final, le plus compliqué cela aura été de passer les cables.

Thank you
This is my first real creation. Generally I copied what was being done. This allowed me to learn (a little) to program the arduino. In the end, the most complicated it will have been to pass the cables.

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NiNaCa

New Member
yes I know a lot of cables....
5 for the selector, 2 for the trigger, 2 x 2 for LEDs, 3 for the servo motor 4 for the OLED screen, 2 for laser pointer and finally 2 for the power supply.


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and it all plugs in:

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