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  1. #181
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    It's good to not rush these projects. Are you still planning to come to rage?

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  2. #182
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    Yea i am planning to come to rage but i doubt i will have anything to fly. I do have a G117 motor that i would want to fly this year but i dont have a rocket to put it in yet.

    Hami

  3. #183
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    How far along are you in this project?

    Thanks,
    Andrew - 14 year old rocketeer who loves to watch and fly model rockets all year long!!!
    2018 - 46.02 Ns _ Biggest motor, CTI G106, highest flight around 3,500' - TRA Member #17056
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  4. #184
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    Ok seeing as i will have more time this winter, i think i will start work on this project sometime in december. Hopefully i can get it finished sometime before march.
    Hami

  5. #185
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    What do you need to finish it?
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  6. #186
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    Ok, so now i think after a long hiatus, it is time to get back to this build. Hopefully i can get some finishing done on the BT and fins tomorrow like smoothing and sanding down the fillets and BT. After that I'll tackle the NC and then after that I will hopefully move on to sanding.
    Hami

  7. #187
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    Quote Originally Posted by n454 View Post
    Ok, so now i think after a long hiatus, it is time to get back to this build. Hopefully i can get some finishing done on the BT and fins tomorrow like smoothing and sanding down the fillets and BT. After that I'll tackle the NC and then after that I will hopefully move on to sanding.
    When do you plan on launching it?



    Thanks,
    Andrew - 14 year old rocketeer who loves to watch and fly model rockets all year long!!!
    2018 - 46.02 Ns _ Biggest motor, CTI G106, highest flight around 3,500' - TRA Member #17056
    Owner, Andrew's Rocketry Shop - andrewsrocketryshop.blogspot.com

  8. #188
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    September.
    Hami

  9. #189
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    Anyone know how to model a VK shape in solidworks?
    Hami

  10. #190
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    Quote Originally Posted by n454 View Post
    Anyone know how to model a VK shape in solidworks?
    Yes, i use the equation driven line feature.

    I think I made you one awhile ago but you changed your nosecone internals since then.

    "I'm at least 70% confident about whatever I say (90% of the time)"- college me

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