Pulse Rifle 3d print Files, SPAS cage/Remington/clam shell shroud, racking etc,,

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Seananigans

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First off, massive thank you for sharing your files. I've been looking for some way to print and build this iconic blaster and this is the most comprehensive set of files that I know of. Awfully generous of you to share your hard work with the community. However, in reviewing your latest download link, I have several questions.

1. I see 3 sets of 'trigger box' files with what looks like the same part repeated 3 times; big trigger box (1), new trigger box parts (2), and trigger box fix (1). big trigger box and trigger box fix also look similar. Which one should we print? Likewise, 'carrier spring remix (1)' and 'remington carrier full size' are the same? There are 2 Thompson grips too it seems.

2. Any possibility of combining the thompson rec half cut and (1) into one single file?

3. Is there any assembly manual for this?

Again, thank you!
Sorry no assembly manuals, I’ll post a link for the combined receiver
First off, massive thank you for sharing your files. I've been looking for some way to print and build this iconic blaster and this is the most comprehensive set of files that I know of. Awfully generous of you to share your hard work with the community. However, in reviewing your latest download link, I have several questions.

1. I see 3 sets of 'trigger box' files with what looks like the same part repeated 3 times; big trigger box (1), new trigger box parts (2), and trigger box fix (1). big trigger box and trigger box fix also look similar. Which one should we print? Likewise, 'carrier spring remix (1)' and 'remington carrier full size' are the same? There are 2 Thompson grips too it seems.

2. Any possibility of combining the thompson rec half cut and (1) into one single file?

3. Is there any assembly manual for this?

Again, thank you!
 

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Seananigans

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*SIGH* Photobucket did a "forklift-upgrade" so I have to verify all my links across several forums. :(

Thanks for the 870 trigger photos. I've been stumped with just the parts.

Printing the 870 Receiver (Amazon Basics PLA Black) on the Wanhao i3 (Monoprice rebrand)
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On the Wanhao D9 (another Monoprice rebrand), a week of four failed SAPS Cage prints followed by many, many, slicing adjustments. I've got it about 98% dialed in. I'll post the cage parts in another post.

To continue with the Thompson assembly,some of the shroud parts were needed. Started with the "cut" Left Rear, from the "middle" to the end:
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6 hours later:
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Arrgh! Lots of clean up and sanding to get rid of those inside supports

Having printed some smaller parts as a test, I was able to print some 45 degree overhangs without supports. So I decided to take a gamble and rotate the left shroud 180 degrees and not have to support the inside curve
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Success! Only took about 10 minutes to clean up.
Good call on rotating that section fella..i might try that on the next print.
 

tennantlim

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Print the "good grip" -154 KB. It closes a gap between the top of the grip and the "beveled frame" (will add photos later).
Thanks Greg!

Hi, I’m not the best at organising files so some you find are repeats, use the big trigger( ignore the box part) it (the trigger) sits better in the shroud,like Greg says it’s the ‘best grip’ for the Thompson, the carrier spring remix contains a small barrel on the front inside for a spring to be attached To add some resistance when pressed when fitted to the full tigger assembly in the Remington.. if you find Tracey Hutchinson on RPF Facebook I use her account for that group and you will find in-depth pics etc. Ps any questions just use messenger and I will help any way I can. Cheers Sean
Thank you for the receiver file with markings! Appreciate you taking the time to answer my noob queries. Still unsure about the trigger files so I'll reach out via pm so I don't derail your thread there.
 

Seananigans

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Pics to show how the Cher chunk racking sound is achieved using a spring loaded ball bearing and half of a shelving bracket..
 

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Seananigans

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Explanation I gave regarding the Remington trigger assembly- you need to print everything apart from b, c and e..the trigger is pulled back using an elastic band onto the little stop/shelf just behind the dowel(I use brass bar for strength) that goes through the trigger and the frame you highlighted ‘PRINT?’. D is the hammer and is pulled forward using either an elastic band or a spring and seats on the little trough on top of the trigger.. it is cocked by the Remington slide Pushing back(cock the hammer before fitting the assembly in place)and the whole assembly screwed to the bottom of the receiver. It’s probably better to use really small elastic bands instead of stretching a big one around the frame like I did, hope this helps and if you need any more pics just give me a shout fella, cheers Sean.
 

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greg883

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8 hours later - a beautiful print of the Pump Grip
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Cross the fingers and load up the SPAS Cage!

32 and a half hours later -
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Looks more like the interior of the Atmo Processor :)
Time to start the cleanup!
 

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Seananigans

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8 hours later - a beautiful print of the Pump Grip
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Cross the fingers and load up the SPAS Cage!

32 and a half hours later -
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Looks more like the interior of the Atmo Processor :)
Time to start the cleanup!
I just print the spas cage stood on end, no supports on the CR10(300/300/400mm) or in two parts on the smaller Ender3 in the same orientation...26ish hour print.
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yatia

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Here is my progress, I ran out of the transparent filament on the mag and now have no white left either so have some coming tomorrow.

I’ve had to split some of the larger parts so they’d fit onto my tiny Ultimaker 2+ bed, have a few seam lines to cover up but all part of the fun.

Hope to have everything printed by the end of the week.

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