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Offline Edwin

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A recoil and Evolation with servos from the printer
« on: April 29, 2014, 03:19:56 AM »
Hello,

on Saturday I was in Dernbach and had a printed cannons rocker of Ferdinand with me. Since I was Michael asked if I could be so converted his HL Leo II , as it has only one cannon ball without RCC . So I have made myself time to the drawing .



So yesterday was also the first part of the printer.





But still it did not fit properly. The Chinese have built the tube for some reason something out of the middle. Just so far that you can not see it at first glance .
So adapted new and today printed a new rocker.

To istallieren a RCC it is still necessary to remove the stop in the outer cladding . This is a program that takes a little with a file , but then works quite well .



Likewise, the pipe end must be extended , what do I do with a brass tube that I just Stickers .







As then came the modified rocker from the printer , I had to try out this course now and it all fits perfectly .

The gun barrel runs almost without play and easily in the guide , the rocker fits perfectly to the body and into the holder and cutouts in the tower. Need to have more space for the servo only within the tower slewing ring later tewas material be removed. Even the takeaway , at the same time the rotation is working.







So I 'm going to do now finished and ready yet to improve , it can be anyone who is somewhat versed in installing his Leo .
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Re: A recoil and Evolation with servos from the printer
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2014, 05:42:12 AM »
Fantastic work Edwin....... ;D ;D I think there will be a few guys down here interested in this piece.

Cheers Ken

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Re: A recoil and Evolation with servos from the printer
« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2014, 05:46:04 AM »
Hi Ken,

I'm just going to build for other HL-tank the recoil as well as to offer.

The next one is IV for the Jagdpanther, the Stug and Panzer IV

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Re: A recoil and Evolation with servos from the printer
« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2014, 05:50:36 AM »
Wonderful Edwin, that lends itself to the other modern HLs to maybe, Abrams and Challenger and ZTZ

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Re: A recoil and Evolation with servos from the printer
« Reply #4 on: April 29, 2014, 06:24:26 AM »
Hi Ken,

I'm just going to build for other HL-tank the recoil as well as to offer.

The next one is IV for the Jagdpanther, the Stug and Panzer IV

Cheers, Edwin

Hey Edwin,
Thats great news mate I will be interested in a Stug 3 version.

Cheers Ken

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Re: A recoil and Evolation with servos from the printer
« Reply #5 on: April 29, 2014, 06:40:00 AM »

Sure I can to make this armor for a conversion kit if I have a tower that serves as a template.

And Ken ...., give me a little time, then I have it for the Stug .... ;)
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Re: A recoil and Evolation with servos from the printer
« Reply #6 on: April 30, 2014, 02:08:29 AM »
Today I have done the work done.

For the lever to power the recoil I had to make a 2mm hole through the guide sleeve and the brass tube .



The lever of the linkages I have also printed easily and after I had connected the lifting mechanism provides the mechanics like this now .



Inside the tower slewing ring I had to cut a little, but then everything fits wonderfully into the tower.



The Evolation now works also with full deflection , although the tube still has a bit overweight. This could be adapted with a balance weight on the large servo now easily .





So the tower is now back to Michael .

The parts I'll make some adjustments and expect something that must cost .
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