SneakyRobb wrote: ↑
09 Sep 2020, 19:00
gianni wrote: ↑
08 Sep 2020, 11:25
Or the alternative could be to make a "base plate", with a thickness of 3mm or so (if it doesn't interfere with the bottoming out), with a hole (around the barrel), and a pin (that goes inside the existing hole in thenplate).
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Hi, I actually like this baseplate idea!!
Could use the oval hole to orient it and stabilize it, put it in the bottom like any of the other barrels and it wouldn't need to clip in to the barrel plate at all!
Very good idea! INNOVATION
It could even have a very thin baseplate that sits between the barrel plate and foam, no foam hole cut necessary, then the oval orients it, the foam and barrel pressure secures it, no clipping into place. The only downside would be it wouldnt click in from above
The base could even be foam thickness so it doesnt interfere with barrels.
Thanks for your appreciation.
The "plate" doesn't need to be square obiously, it just needs to go around the barrel, like a ring, and the go to the stabilizer's position, with two pins (one near the barrel, and one where there is the stabilizer.
Sorry for the horrible cad, but at home I have only linux, and the pain is real.
Talking here about something different, this regards stabilizers on a modef at converted to a different bottom row, so it didn't have any hole for the stabilizers.
There was a thread on GH with an idea about stabilizers, nothing to do with mine, but it can be adapted anyhow to be printed. You can apply my plate to the spacebar's barrels, or to the barrels beside it.