MK Machining is excited to offer ARDs for Burris optics. Our RT-6 ARD is made out of a Nylon 11 material using an HP MJF 5200 3D Printer. Nylon 11 is slightly flexible to fit over your scope objective without becoming brittle and is strong enough to handle wear and tear. Our scope ARDs are sized down to .000 for a precise fit. No one size fits most options here. The MKM ARD feature a honeycomb pattern helps minimize glare of your objective lens. Our slightly larger honeycomb design allows more light in than typical ARD designs. ARDs slip over the objective and are tightened down using a single bolt. Compatible with MK Machining Scope Cap sets
This ARD has been tested to work with following Burris scope:
This ARD will only fit the listed Burris scope. If you are unsure of which one to order contact [email protected] for assistance.
More Information About MJF Printing.
Multi Jet Fusion uses an inkjet array to selectively apply fusing and detailing agents across a bed of nylon powder, which is then fused by heating elements into a solid layer. After each layer, powder is distributed on top of the bed and the process repeats until the part is complete. The method of printing allows for fine details and part geometries that are difficult to accomplish via other manufacturing processes. After each print job is completed parts are allowed to cool off to prevent warping. After parts have cooled, excess powered is removed via and automated blasting machine. After the excess powder is removed the parts receive in an initial polishing via an automated blasting machine. Next parts are dyed black with a custom made dye made for us by RIT. After parts have dried, they are polished one additional time to improve surface finish and color consistency.
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