Vortex Strike Eagle 1-6/1-8 Gen II Pro Series Throw Lever
Upgrade your Vortex optic with one of our Vortex Strike Eagle 1-6/1-8 Gen II Pro Series Throw Lever, speeding up magnification changes and target engagements without breaking the bank. Throw levers are especially useful in a number of different scenarios including but not limited to precision shooting competitions and cold weather hunting. Our Pro Series Throw Levers are printed using one of our HP Multi Jet Fusion 5210 printers. This allows us to get the surface finish of a modeled part with the strength and durability of standard polymer levers. Our levers are proudly printed in the USA from durable Nylon 11 material, and feature a metal thread insert for increased strength when tightening. Easily installs in a minute or less. Nylon 11 does not have the tensile strength of aluminum, but is extremely durable and will flex and yield under hard impact rather than damaging or marking your optic. This feature can be useful in a number of situations including shooting competitions and hunting when a throw lever may snag. Our levers feature a lifetime warranty.
Fits Vortex Strike Eagle 1-6/1-8 Gen II Optics
Available in the following colors: Please allow 2-4 weeks for shipping on FDE and ODG
FDE (Flat Dark Earth)
ODG (Olive Drab Green)
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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.