Assembling the Ammomike83 3D Printed Bullet Feeder

This is the AmmoMike83 feeder combined with a few upgrades done by Backyard Inventor. I wanted to make this video in case anyone had any questions about the parts and how they work with each other. I cannot sell these or post a link here to the STL files, but I will answer any questions about them privately on Discord.

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wise3489
wise3489
5 days ago

hi, so i am thinking about doing this as well, but i see the motors and such are 12 volt. I’m assuming there is a power converter needed to be able to plug this in?

wise3489
wise3489
5 days ago
Reply to  TinMan

Awesome thanks. Do you think it would work if I just sourced all 112v parts and bypassed power inverter? New to building one so trying to avoid any oopsies lol. I appreciate your time and input

Randall
Randall
6 days ago

WHY WOULD YOU WANT THEM NOSE DOWN FOR .

Backyard Inventor
Backyard Inventor
2 months ago

Think your gonna find you’ll get a very long use out of it. The one I built for my buddy has 5000+ thru it and still going strong. The mods do help a lot for consistently. For that anti flip bracket I use a thru screw and nut. Good luck you’ll love it when it’s all tuned.

John's Hand Loading
John's Hand Loading
2 months ago

Wow TinMan, that is a CRAZY amount of printing material. I can’t imagine how much the base alone used. 25 hours to print? I don’t do 3D printing, but I think it is very cool. Very neat that you can make that stuff yourself. I wonder how long it will last or if it will not wear out. Cool build, I can smell the solder. Thank you for sharing it with us.