3D Printed Catapult

3D Printed Catapult

My coworkers gave me the challenge of 3d printing something Medieval related. I decided to make a Catapult with the added challenge of making it really fire.

I designed the catapult as a series of pieces that could be printed separately and attached together.

01 - Back Angle in Blender

05 - Front Angle in Blender

 

Here’s some orthogonal views:

10 - Multiple Sides in Blender

 

While designing the model I kept in mind the way each piece would be printed and built them so the printer would have an easy time. I laid all the required parts out for 3D printing:

15 - Layed Out for 3D Print

And finally I printed it! Scroll to the bottom for a quick video of the catapult in action!

30 - Back Angle

25 - Front Angle 02

20 - Front Angle 01

40 - Front

35 - Side

45 - Bottom

Quick video of the catapult in action:

January 4, 2016 at 3:30 am | Other Projects, Video

 

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