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Thread: SUOMI Drum 22 L.R 3D Print Conversion

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    very clever,

    I take my hat off to folks that make things for themselves or modify things for their own needs. great job on that and your drum

    when you are done, you just got to video yourself shooting your creation I'm sure everyone will want to see it as well
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    thank's Uncle Billy i will do a vids when i get the drum functioning.

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    I like your flat spring winder Bianchi. Very clever and effective. Tres Bien Ami!

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    Thank you Skoda!

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    the springs arrived in the letter box this morning! i choosed this one 0.65x6x680mm they are clean i have to buy a gaz torch to rebuild the spring extremity, they are long i could train me they have to be similar a their original shape but more small, will be a bit difficult i will try!

    for those that ask me file or measurement i work on this size to get a gain of time and small printing time! you could reduce this drum for 9mm ammo he be more larger with more loading capacity and only have to modify the spiral channel to a 22 lr ammo size! but the printing time will be longer.
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    first try without a gaz torch...

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    i cleaned the tool but i could not heat the head and tail of the spring separately...that made a spring that be a bit oval at start..

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    i put a thickness for having the spring much upper in the tool and changed the screw by a smaller one to not loose space.

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    the "winder" (thank's Skoda) work well but it will be better when i will go buy a gaz torch! i used my gaz cooker to do it lol!

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