Shield for controlling the fucntions of a Nerf turret.Designed by Tinkers Projects in Australia
Nerf Turret Shield This is the PCB Shield for the Nerf Turret the 3D printed files can be found on Thingverse The Turret The turret uses normal nerf disks that can be bought from Aliexpress for che...Read More…
The turret uses normal nerf disks that can be bought from Aliexpress for cheap and uses 2 hobby motors at 12V to shoot the disks. A 9g hobby RC servo is used to push the disks into the motors for shooting. The system is all controlled from this Shield PCB to make the electronics neat and easily mounted.
I wanted to make something that could shoot nerf darts or disk when triggered. I have been looking around for a nerf blaster that I could modify but I have not been able to find one. I could have used a nerf dart blaster but through the disks or balls would be more interesting to play with. One day I just ordered some disks to see what I can do with them. After a few tests, I came up with this design. I tried to make the shooter be a desktop turret with a round body that can put into a tube. after making the turret, I thought it looked cool without the tube.
This controller is available as either a kit or assembled and with or without the programmed controller (Arduino mini compatible). The parts included are:
Raspberry Pi is not included
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