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V3 WASP in AUG
#11
(04-30-2017, 09:09 AM)admin Wrote:
(04-27-2017, 11:05 PM)Whiting Wrote: Are you considering adding code to support second stage?

Yes. But it may be a while. Will need to do an AUG prototype to ensure correct operation, fit, needed mods, etc.

If you would like I will gladly guinea pig for you. I only use AUG's and very much want to ditch the stock gearbox mirco switch as they are very finicky with the AUG trigger arm. They tend to not reset after trigger pull and require alteration by filing down the AUG internal trigger actuation arm. FYI not the trigger inside the gearbox but the trigger belonging to the stock of the gun. All my AUG's have at one point or another had to have the arm filed down except for one.
#12
The best solution is a separate trigger board like the UAR kit. Eliminates the pushrods, and gives a clean, predicatable trigger. This would be the way to go. I haven't been able to find any diagrams or pix of the complete trigger mechanism to see.
#13
https://www.uncompany.com/pageinfodiagram.asp

Specifically a link to an AUG

https://www.uncompany.com/information/in...litary.jpg

https://www.uncompany.com/information/in...Gs/aug.jpg

(05-02-2017, 01:08 AM)admin Wrote: The best solution is a separate trigger board like the UAR kit. Eliminates the pushrods, and gives a clean, predicatable trigger. This would be the way to go. I haven't been able to find any diagrams or pix of the complete trigger mechanism to see.

That is an excellent idea.
#14
Good stuff! Gotta add it to the resource section.
#15
One thing to note is there has to be an easy way to connect the trigger to the gearbox which is a good length, otherwise there is a risk damaging something taking out the gearbox.
#16
Like the UAR, 2 separate sensor cables (1 from trigger group and 1 from gearbox) routed to the buttplate into a 3way connector.
My biggest concern is how standard is the trigger piece among the manufacturers. It has a top split plate that mounts on top of another plastic plate thats mounted by 4 screws to the body. The trigger spring mounts within the split. Dunno if the dimensions of these plates are standard. Hope to have my hands on a ASG AUG A2 soon Cool .
#17
Let me know if you need measurements. I have two JG Augs. My understanding is they are all TM clones.
#18
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I have a working AUG prototype and the production grade sensor boards should be here in a week or two. Should fit JG, ASG at least.
#19
Awesome. I look forward to hearing how it works.
#20
These are for sale at ebay.
  


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