I’ve been looking for headspace gauges, and they were all out of stock, or stupid expensive, so I figured, why not print my own?
I’m only doing this for rimmed ammo, so I figured 3D printing them with plastic shouldn’t be too hard, as the rim thickness is the important part.
The only problem I can think of right now is that if the rim is thin enough, the plastic could potentially get crushed. I’m thinking that this could maybe be solved by printing in a certain orientation to take advantage of the anisotropic properties of printed material.
Is there something I haven’t considered, or is this actually something viable?