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    Van Loon
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    Does anyone know where I can buy a catapult like this :
    http://www.itl.nist.gov/div898/handbook/pri/section4/gifs/catapul2.gif
    I like this type because most factors are continous.
    Jan

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    #183755

    GB
    Participant

    google “statapult”.   Because of the TOS, I can’t recommend a particular vendor, but you’ll find it in the first 10 results…

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    #183756

    Van Loon
    Participant

    Yeah, but….
    I wanted exactly the type shown in the picture I linked to.
    Jan

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    #183759

    GB
    Participant

    yeah, but google is your friend…
    geez.

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    #183760

    Robert S
    Member

    Jan, apparently none of us recognize that particular catapult…therefore hb is pointing you to an alternative solution.
    PS: They are all pretty much the same. Mentioned in case you cannot locate that one.

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    #183762

    Scott
    Member

    I’ve been using catapults since the 80’s, and I purchased several from a man (wood worker guy actually) while I was at Texas Instruments and BAE Systems in Austin. The picture of the catapult you posted is THE catapults he built in Austin. I will look for his address, which I hope to have at work.Oh, and there is a BIG difference in catapults, at least as far as I’m concerned. The pictured one lets you adjust stop angle, start angle, band length, and arm length. Most of the other catapults I’ve seen only allow the adjustments in a few increments (discrete). This one allows continuous adjustments.

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