Waco Waffle Tanker AK Magazine

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Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.1: Laffs Dynamics

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags. Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking lug.

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western (North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 


Tested with:

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)
 * Century C39v2, Domestic
 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import
 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import


Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.
 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)


Update V1.0.1: Design redesignated from Waco Waffle 20, to Waco Waffle Tanker.

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C 
First Layer Print Height: .2mm 
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Perimeters: 7+ 
Infill: 32%+
Infill Pattern: Gyroid
Support Material Percentage: 18%


Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

Slicer Software: Cura

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm
Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front lock lug. 

 

Hardware Needed:

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

Parts Installation:

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower raceway. 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the retainers. 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the baseplate. 

 

Notes: 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK mags use 30rd mag springs.)

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

 

Accreditations:

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 


3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.


Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.


Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this tech <3

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Version: Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.1.2 latest

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.1.2: Laffs Dynamics

 

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

 

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags.

Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking 

lug.

 

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western 

(North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 

 

 

Tested with:

 

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)

 * Century C39v2, Domestic

 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import

 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import

 

 

Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.

 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)

 

 

Update V1.1.2: Raised rear locking lug by .4mm, shaved the rear of the feed lips by .5mm to allow for easier insertion

into tighter AK magwells. 

 

 

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

 

Filament Used: PLA+

 

Print Settings:

 

Extruder: 220C

Bed: 56C 

First Layer Print Height: .2mm 

Standard Layer Height: .16mm

Wall Perimeters: 7+ 

Infill: 32%+

Infill Pattern: Gyroid

Support Material Percentage: 18%

 

 

Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

 

Slicer Software: Cura

 

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled

Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled

Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm

Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

 

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front 

lock lug. 

 

 

 

Hardware Needed:

 

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

 

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

 

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

 

 

Parts Installation:

 

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose 

in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

 

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower 

raceway. 

 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

 

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the 

retainers. 

 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

 

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the 

baseplate. 

 

 

 

Notes: 

 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

 

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK 

mags use 30rd mag springs.)

 

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs 

from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth 

interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

 

5) Bulgarian Slabside Polymer AK mag followers, floorplates, and baseplates are compatible with the Waco Waffle series of 

magazines. 

 

 

 

 

Accreditations:

 

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using 

and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. 

Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 

 

 

3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" 

Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in 

multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.

 

 

Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine 

where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.

 

Cultivated Laser: Printed and laser etched a mag, discovered ALL Bulgarian Slabside mag internals are compatible with the 

Waco Waffle Series of AKM mags. Provided images. 

 

 

Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this 

project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not 

meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this 

tech <3

Version: Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.2

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.2: Laffs Dynamics

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags. Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking lug.

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western (North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 


Tested with:

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)
 * Century C39v2, Domestic
 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import
 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import


Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.
 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)


Update V1.0.2: Added Bulgarian Slabside mag floorplates and baseplates to compatible parts list. Added contributor to credits for their work.

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C 
First Layer Print Height: .2mm 
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Perimeters: 7+ 
Infill: 32%+
Infill Pattern: Gyroid
Support Material Percentage: 18%


Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

Slicer Software: Cura

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm
Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front lock lug. 

 

Hardware Needed:

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

Parts Installation:

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower raceway. 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the retainers. 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the baseplate. 

 

Notes: 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK mags use 30rd mag springs.)

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

5) Bulgarian Slabside Polymer AK mag followers, floorplates, and baseplates are compatible with the Waco Waffle series of magazines. 

 


Accreditations:

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 


3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.


Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.

Cultivated Laser: Printed and laser etched a mag, discovered ALL Bulgarian Slabside mag internals are compatible with the Waco Waffle Series of AKM mags. Provided images. 


Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this tech <3

Version: Waco Waffle V1.0.1

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.1: Laffs Dynamics

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags. Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking lug.

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western (North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 


Tested with:

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)
 * Century C39v2, Domestic
 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import
 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import


Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.
 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)


Update V1.0.1: Design redesignated from Waco Waffle 20, to Waco Waffle Tanker.

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C 
First Layer Print Height: .2mm 
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Perimeters: 7+ 
Infill: 32%+
Infill Pattern: Gyroid
Support Material Percentage: 18%


Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

Slicer Software: Cura

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm
Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front 
lock lug. 

 

Hardware Needed:

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

Parts Installation:

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower raceway. 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the retainers. 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the baseplate. 

 

Notes: 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK mags use 30rd mag springs.)

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

 

Accreditations:

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 


3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.


Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.


Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this tech <3

Version: Waco Waffle V1.0.1

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.1: Laffs Dynamics

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags. Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking lug.

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western (North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 


Tested with:

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)
 * Century C39v2, Domestic
 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import
 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import


Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.
 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)


Update V1.0.1: Design redesignated from Waco Waffle 20, to Waco Waffle Tanker.

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C 
First Layer Print Height: .2mm 
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Perimeters: 7+ 
Infill: 32%+
Infill Pattern: Gyroid
Support Material Percentage: 18%


Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

Slicer Software: Cura

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm
Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front 
lock lug. 

 

Hardware Needed:

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

Parts Installation:

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower raceway. 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the retainers. 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the baseplate. 

 

Notes: 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK mags use 30rd mag springs.)

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

 

Accreditations:

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 


3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.


Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.


Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this tech <3

Version: 1.0.0

Initial release

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Purchase high-quality prints of Laffs Dynamics designs at avesrails.com

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.1: Laffs Dynamics

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags. Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking lug.

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western (North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 


Tested with:

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)
 * Century C39v2, Domestic
 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import
 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import


Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.
 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)


Update V1.0.1: Design redesignated from Waco Waffle 20, to Waco Waffle Tanker.

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C 
First Layer Print Height: .2mm 
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Perimeters: 7+ 
Infill: 32%+
Infill Pattern: Gyroid
Support Material Percentage: 18%


Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

Slicer Software: Cura

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm
Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front lock lug. 

 

Hardware Needed:

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

Parts Installation:

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower raceway. 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the retainers. 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the baseplate. 

 

Notes: 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK mags use 30rd mag springs.)

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

 

Accreditations:

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 


3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.


Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.


Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this tech <3

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release date

Jun 23, 2022

artifact type

Printable project

library category

Printable Magazines

fabrication method

Primarily Printable

fabrication tool

3D Printer

release country

United States

language

English

license

GNU General Public License v3.0

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AK-47

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7.62x39

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Version: Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.1.2 latest

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.1.2: Laffs Dynamics

 

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

 

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags.

Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking 

lug.

 

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western 

(North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 

 

 

Tested with:

 

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)

 * Century C39v2, Domestic

 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import

 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import

 

 

Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.

 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)

 

 

Update V1.1.2: Raised rear locking lug by .4mm, shaved the rear of the feed lips by .5mm to allow for easier insertion

into tighter AK magwells. 

 

 

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

 

Filament Used: PLA+

 

Print Settings:

 

Extruder: 220C

Bed: 56C 

First Layer Print Height: .2mm 

Standard Layer Height: .16mm

Wall Perimeters: 7+ 

Infill: 32%+

Infill Pattern: Gyroid

Support Material Percentage: 18%

 

 

Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

 

Slicer Software: Cura

 

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled

Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled

Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm

Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

 

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front 

lock lug. 

 

 

 

Hardware Needed:

 

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

 

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

 

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

 

 

Parts Installation:

 

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose 

in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

 

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower 

raceway. 

 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

 

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the 

retainers. 

 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

 

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the 

baseplate. 

 

 

 

Notes: 

 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

 

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK 

mags use 30rd mag springs.)

 

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs 

from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth 

interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

 

5) Bulgarian Slabside Polymer AK mag followers, floorplates, and baseplates are compatible with the Waco Waffle series of 

magazines. 

 

 

 

 

Accreditations:

 

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using 

and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. 

Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 

 

 

3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" 

Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in 

multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.

 

 

Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine 

where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.

 

Cultivated Laser: Printed and laser etched a mag, discovered ALL Bulgarian Slabside mag internals are compatible with the 

Waco Waffle Series of AKM mags. Provided images. 

 

 

Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this 

project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not 

meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this 

tech <3

Version: Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.2

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.2: Laffs Dynamics

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags. Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking lug.

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western (North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 


Tested with:

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)
 * Century C39v2, Domestic
 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import
 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import


Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.
 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)


Update V1.0.2: Added Bulgarian Slabside mag floorplates and baseplates to compatible parts list. Added contributor to credits for their work.

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C 
First Layer Print Height: .2mm 
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Perimeters: 7+ 
Infill: 32%+
Infill Pattern: Gyroid
Support Material Percentage: 18%


Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

Slicer Software: Cura

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm
Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front lock lug. 

 

Hardware Needed:

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

Parts Installation:

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower raceway. 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the retainers. 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the baseplate. 

 

Notes: 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK mags use 30rd mag springs.)

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

5) Bulgarian Slabside Polymer AK mag followers, floorplates, and baseplates are compatible with the Waco Waffle series of magazines. 

 


Accreditations:

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 


3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.


Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.

Cultivated Laser: Printed and laser etched a mag, discovered ALL Bulgarian Slabside mag internals are compatible with the Waco Waffle Series of AKM mags. Provided images. 


Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this tech <3

Version: Waco Waffle V1.0.1

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.1: Laffs Dynamics

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags. Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking lug.

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western (North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 


Tested with:

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)
 * Century C39v2, Domestic
 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import
 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import


Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.
 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)


Update V1.0.1: Design redesignated from Waco Waffle 20, to Waco Waffle Tanker.

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C 
First Layer Print Height: .2mm 
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Perimeters: 7+ 
Infill: 32%+
Infill Pattern: Gyroid
Support Material Percentage: 18%


Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

Slicer Software: Cura

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm
Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front 
lock lug. 

 

Hardware Needed:

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

Parts Installation:

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower raceway. 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the retainers. 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the baseplate. 

 

Notes: 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK mags use 30rd mag springs.)

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

 

Accreditations:

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 


3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.


Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.


Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this tech <3

Version: Waco Waffle V1.0.1

Waco Waffle "Tanker" AK Magazine V1.0.1: Laffs Dynamics

A 20rd 3DP magazine for AK pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39.

Features a reinforced "waffle" style ribbed magazine body, HEAVILY inspired by Arsenal (Bulgarian) Circle 10 "Waffle" mags. Has a thickened baseplate to absorb impacts from drops, an anti-friction follower, and a separately printed rear locking lug.

This design also allows the use of AR-15 magazine springs via alternate follower and floorplate versions, for Western (North American countries) builders; as AR-15 magazine springs are often cheaper and easier to acquire. 

Over 420rds overall have been test fired through the magazines. 


Tested with:

 * Palmetto State Armory PSAK-47 GF3, Domestic (x2)
 * Century C39v2, Domestic
 * Zastava ZPAP M70, Serbian Import
 * Cugir WASR10, Romanian Import


Two follower and floorplate versions are available: 

 *Standard: AK spring usage.
 *AR: AR-15 spring usage, labeled on each part. 

Shares most identical parts usage with the original 3FTech Revo1ution AK Magazine. (Baseplate is the exception.)


Update V1.0.1: Design redesignated from Waco Waffle 20, to Waco Waffle Tanker.

 

Printer Used: Ender 3 V2

Filament Used: PLA+

Print Settings:

Extruder: 220C
Bed: 56C 
First Layer Print Height: .2mm 
Standard Layer Height: .16mm
Wall Perimeters: 7+ 
Infill: 32%+
Infill Pattern: Gyroid
Support Material Percentage: 18%


Crispy Waffle Variant Print Settings (OPTIONAL):

Slicer Software: Cura

Fuzzy Skin: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Outside Only: Enabled
Fuzzy Skin Thickness: .1mm
Fuzzy Skin Point Distance: .1mm

Print ALL the parts on their bases, and use tree supports for the front of the mag body and underneath the front 
lock lug. 

 

Hardware Needed:

1x 20rd Length AK Mag Spring

1x 20rd Length AR-15 Mag Spring (OPTIONAL)

(See NOTES below for options for acquiring mag springs)

 

Parts Installation:

1) Apply cyanoacrylate adhesive inside the pocket for the rear locking lug. If the rear locking lug is slightly loose in the pocket, apply Clear Gorilla Glue. Wait 24hrs for the adhesive to cure. 

2) Insert the rear locking lug, with the angled facet facing outwards, and down towards the mag body's base. 

3) Lightly sand the anti-friction follower's sides and curved spine.

4) (OPTIONAL) If printing to make the ProSpaceDog "Crispy Waffle" variant, be sure to sand inside the mag body follower raceway. 

5) Slide the top of the magazine spring through the front of the follower, above the spring retention tab.

6) Attach the floorplate to the bottom of the magazine spring, making sure the first spring winding snaps over the retainers. 

7) Slide the internal spring assembly into the magazine body.

8) Depress the floorplate, and slide on the baseplate. The floorplate's locking tab must index with the channel in the baseplate. 

 

Notes: 

1) Bulgarian, Korean, and US based Magpul springs have been tested.

2) A 30rd AK mag springs cut in half will create two 20rd springs. (If that math doesn't make sense to you, often 40rd AK mags use 30rd mag springs.)

3) Cheapo Korean 10rd mags have been found to have longer springs than Magpul dedicated 20rd mags. Harvesting the springs from these mags are an alternative method for hardware acquirement if 30rd or 20rd mag springs are unable to be secured. 

4) If printing the Crispy Waffle magazine variant, cycle the follower in and out of the mag body multiple times to smooth interacting surfaces. Allow for break-in, and(or) use a cut in half Wolff Extra Power AK Spring.

 

Accreditations:

ProSpaceDog: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Tested cut down 30rd mag springs as a viable alternative to using and sourcing dedicated 20rd mag springs. Tested for fitment and function in their AK. Created the "Crispy Waffle" variant. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage. 


3D EDC: Printed and assembled multiple magazine. Printed in manual "Hot Swapped" color combinations: "CyberBonk Bubblegum" Pink & Blue, "Bees Knees" Yellow & Black, and "Battle Mech" Silver/Grey & Light Green. Tested for fitment and function in multiple AKs. Gave data on support structure positioning in slicing software. Provided still images and video footage.


Dogenado: Provided aesthetics info on moving the Laffs logo originally from the baseplate, to the side of the magazine where Arsenal Waffle mags have their "Circle 10" logo, as Bulgarian Waffle mags heavily inspired this design.


Special Thanks To: Dianexis, GW-DD, Gh0stmed, Freeman1337, and listed above collaborators for the moral support of this project. This design was sorta a last minute thing originally intended to replace another project that fell through; not meant to be a big deal. That being said, yalls made it something more to me than a mere replacement. I live for this tech <3

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