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Printing for the artemis pp750?
« on: January 06, 2021, 01:13:29 PM »
Hi Everyone
The pp750 seems to be a popular little rifle/pistol/carbine/whatever.... so i jumped on the band wagon and picked one up... should be here soon.

Just curious if people have been printing things for them like magazines, cheek risers, stocks, grips, bipod adapters or anything else. I dont have a printer of my own, but good friend has a PRUSA model and is iwlling to print things out.
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Re: Printing for the artemis pp750?
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2021, 12:44:48 PM »
I'm sure there would be a market for his stuff, if it was reasonably priced. Keep us posted.
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Re: Printing for the artemis pp750?
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Re: Printing for the artemis pp750?
« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2021, 12:31:49 PM »
Only thing I am aware of is the CARM mags.
https://www.carm-magazines.com/high-capacity-carm-magazine-for-pp750-air-pistol.aspx

I looked for the best place to place this, so I hope it is the right place.  ;-)

It is not often that I recommend a non-OEM solution.
But in this instance I am going to make an exception. And, do, please, understand that this is not a recommendation by DIANA, but by CCA/HM

I received a "rant" from a good friend about how the Stormrider (the DIANA version of the multifaceted little gun) was a good gun, but the magazines kept breaking.
Now, I have not broken a mag, BUT, neither do I have youngsters to teach shooting to, so . . . I started searching for alternatives and came across the CARM mags.

Purchased one mag and one SS shuttle in 0.177" cal and tested them.

Extensively.

Short pellets, long pellets (Predator), WC pellets, Domed pellets, Streamlined/Baracuda style pellets, Piledrivers, even Slugs.

Absolutely no problem in feeding/jumping one chamber, or double loading °WHEN THE BARREL HAD THE APPROPRIATE CHAMBER!



They load in a more conventional way (from front to back and from the last chamber to the first).
The inserted pellet itself is the stop for the rotation, so no need to hold the mag, nor need to load the last, then the first and so on.
Really well made.

Post from the country of origin takes a LONG time so, be patient.

It is worthwhile.

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Re: Printing for the artemis pp750?
« Reply #4 on: March 02, 2021, 03:24:42 PM »
I find it amusing that the point of 3d printing for many is that is decentralizes designing and manufacturing. the files can be designed anywhere and printed anywhere.
So Iím amused by relying on the postal system.
Of course itís the same for buying filament.
The guy who designs and prints and sells the carm magazines is of course free to market his stuff however he wants.
 
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Re: Printing for the artemis pp750?
« Reply #5 on: March 07, 2021, 05:05:16 PM »
I find it amusing that the point of 3d printing for many is that is decentralizes designing and manufacturing. the files can be designed anywhere and printed anywhere.
So Iím amused by relying on the postal system.
Of course itís the same for buying filament.
The guy who designs and prints and sells the carm magazines is of course free to market his stuff however he wants.

Yep. There's a person on  facebook who designs really nice stocks for the pp750, won't ship outside of their country of origin, and wont share files, even for a fee... free market and they can do what they want... I just think it goes a bit against the "open" nature of 3d printing. Ah well.
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Re: Printing for the artemis pp750?
« Reply #6 on: March 07, 2021, 05:35:21 PM »
Iíve found files from the marauder magazines and the .30 rotor inserts.
Iím pretty sure both came from grabcad, there are plenty of people who are willing to share and most just want credit for their work.
The sharing of files helps advance the hobby.
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Re: Printing for the artemis pp750?
« Reply #7 on: April 03, 2021, 10:20:12 AM »
Designing parts...is only a half job and not done yet. You need to fabricate prototypes to prove that design, again and again.
You cannot imagine what it takes to make these to the final working part:


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Re: Printing for the artemis pp750?
« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2021, 03:05:24 PM »
Here is link for the cheek rest to Artemis PP750

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4752222
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