Parts can usually be made locally. Search for 3D printing (my city). It should turn up a list of local printers. Prices may range from low 10’s to close to 100’s depending on the size and materials used.
3D CAD files for Target Holder
Club Target Holder
Value engineered solution for clubs. Basic target holder that lets you have multiple lanes without breaking the bank
Competition and Home Target Holder
Full features with witness paper driver and LED illuminations. Build with and without the witness paper drive as needed
AutoDesk Fusion 360 CAD file. Unzip to use
Install the Arduino into your target holder with this base plate. Provides mounting studs and USB cable strain relief
Plastic cover to protect the circuit
Single assembly that holds all of the sensor at the correct distance apart for a Pistol Target
ESP-01 WiFI Mount
Simple pad to securely attach the ESP-01 for WiFI applications
Sensor mount that attaches to the sensor base. Print four for each target.
Face Sensor Mount
Face sensor mount that connects the microphone to the face plate while shielding from ambient sounds.
Needs V3.8.3 or higher
LED Strip Attachment
Holds the LED strip securely in place. Print 12 recommended
Download the zip file below which contains the STL files for each of these pieces.
Extract the part you need and print it yourself, or send it to a service bureau.
Small plastic cover to protect the circuit
Simple Piece Parts
This selection is the basic parts needed to hold the target and mount the sensors onto your target holder
Clip On Package
Simplifies assembly by using clips to attach the target holder to the sensor mounts
Quarter Sensor Mount
This is an integrated part that combines the sensor mount with a jig to ensure that the spacing and alignment are correct.
- Print out four of these
- Glue the four parts together
For the first three pieces, do one joint at a time, and clamp. Glue the two joints for the last piece at the same time. Be careful when clamping that the joint being glued doesn’t buckle
- Centre the desired target between the sensors and use this as a template to position the target holder pieces to the frame. Glue and clamp these to the other side.
Steel Target Face
These are rectangular steel plates used to mount the target and protect the sensors. When installed on the sensor modules, the target is 10mm from the sensors.
Blank plate that lets you locate the mounting holes in a convenient place