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Published on Jul 8, 2012
For this test I replaced the coil material with some .075" dyneema instead of the .125" thick stuff I was using in the previous test. I also changed some settings on the weapon controller to remove the soft start and turn off all battery protection features. The thinner coil material leaves more space for the coil to build up so no resistance is encountered by filling up the coil shaft and trying to force its way outward into the weapon rails. I've also added an elastic band to the rear hinge pin from the baseplate to help the arm retract after firing. This test shows the robot firing three times without any human intervention to reset the trigger mechanism.