I'm designing a paintball marker. I've drawn the method of operation but now need to find approx. what size I need to machine the pieces. I have 3 controle variables, approx pressure (~200psi), paintball muzzle velocity (~300fps), and cycles per second (~17). I also need to account for the air used in the operation of the internals, or total air concumption minus the required ammount for propelling the paintball. I'm trying to find formulas to help me piece all of this together. I'm currently working towards college but need to finance it first, this is part of that process.
Thanks for any help, it's much appreciated! -Siress
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