Oct. 9, 2014

Paper aeroplanes, are great fun to play. German paper airplane enthusiast and tinkerer Dieter Michael Krone has come up with a 3D printed machine gun that rapidly folds and shoots endless paper airplanes.

Krone (aka Papierfliegerei) said most of the parts were fabricated with the help of a 3D printer by German 3D printing website fabberhouse.de. The rest of the parts were all acquired from the internet and local hardware store, including the guts from a cheap cordless screwdriver to power it.

Here you can see that the gun feeds flat paper into it and fold the paper airplanes itself:

Have fun watching this 3D printed machine gun folds up and shoots an airplane in just a few seconds:

Posted in 3D Printing Applications

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poop looks better

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Hui-Fan Lin wrote at 10/9/2014 4:35:54 PM:

Science for Life :)

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