Wolf Cannon (in the works!)

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Shoguno

Sr Member
Very nice work BUT why.
...why making something that is already made....guys use imagination! I know i will sound cruel or severe BUT for god sake create something that no one has ever seen...like Stan Winston we create creatures and aliens... I know Nostalgia is important BUT again we can for example play with colors, forms, science theories. Pestvic you have a wonderful talent USE IT ! FOR example you can always create a cannon that shoots more than one plasma beam or ball .... I know you did this Wolf replica all by yourself BUT use your imagination.... create something that we will remember...
 

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Pestvic

New Member
Well I’m creating it for my costume of course. I wanted to buy from the last guy who made it but I waited to long for it... So now I’m putting this out. Predator stuff isn’t the only thing I’ve been designing though :) I’m also doing a bunch of cosplay stuff and requests with my friend :)
 

Pestvic

New Member
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Shotgun finished! Going to be posting a for sale thread here soon for printed models. Back pack mode is in the works along with the full backpack/tools/armor set!

Stay tuned!
 

Shoguno

Sr Member
Well I’m creating it for my costume of course. I wanted to buy from the last guy who made it but I waited to long for it... So now I’m putting this out. Predator stuff isn’t the only thing I’ve been designing though :) I’m also doing a bunch of cosplay stuff and requests with my friend :)
Ahhhhhhhhhh ok gotcha....! But yes at least you have the original model that you made so you can always modify it as you like to make a different model if you wish ;)
 

ksj

Well-Known Member
how much does it weigh? With a slight alteration I could fit a servo in there to add movement to it.
 

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Pestvic

New Member
how much does it weigh? With a slight alteration I could fit a servo in there to add movement to it.
It depends on how you print it :) pretty light. I have the model hollow inside to make room for electronics
 

ksj

Well-Known Member
OK, well, if you can fit a standard sized servo in the base you can add rotation there. In the body if you can make the outer piece loose you should be able to mount a servo that can operate an actuated arm that adds the forward and back movement on the cocking piece.
 

ksj

Well-Known Member

ksj

Well-Known Member
Do you have dimensions of the servos?

That was an awesome question to ask and it was very rude of me to not provide that outright. Apologies for that.

I use standard and large size servos. With a proper bracket the HS-645MG can handle a balanced load without issues.
Weight:1.94 oz (55.0 g)
Dimensions:Length:1.59 in (40.4 mm)
Width:0.77 in (19.6 mm)
Height:1.48 in (37.6 mm)

For the main lift / tilt function in my setup, I use a winch boat servo.
Weight:3.88 oz (110.0 g)
Dimensions:Length:2.32 in (58.9 mm)
Width:1.14 in (29.0 mm)
Height:1.96 in (49.8 mm)
It is classified as a large servo
 

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