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    SCALE - (Sandia) D-Region Tomahawk Gallery

    Welcome to the SCALE (Sandia) D-Region Tomahawk Gallery on TRF.

    This gallery showcases the (Sandia) D-Region Tomahawk and those rockets derived from it. Particularly appropriate in this thread are the following:


    Aerotech: IQSY Tomahawk: #89014
    Centuri: Tomahawk: KC-40 or #5100
    CMR: D-Region Tomahawk: S1
    Estes: D-Region Tomahawk: #1944
    Estes: D-Region Tomahawk: #2037
    Neubauer: D-Region Tomahawk:
    Pratt Hobbies: D-Region Tomahawk (MMX):
    Semroc: I.Q.S.Y Tomahawk: KD-2
    Thrustline: D-Region Tomahawk: TA-024
    Yank: IQSY Tomahawk (3"):
    Yank: IQSY Tomahawk (4"):



    as well as any upscales, downscales, clones, kitbashes or other derivative works. Even Goonies qualify!



    The Tomahawk, based on the Thiokol TE-416 Motor, was designed by the Sandia Corp. as a small sounding rockets in the International Quiet Sun Year (IQSY) in 1963. Initial tests from Tonopah, Nevada and Point Mugu, California failed. The fourth launch from Wallops Island was a success, but it was not used in the IQSY experiments. NASA used another Version, the D-Region Tomahawk in 1968, but little further use of it was made.

    Although it lacked success as a single stage sounding rocket, it was highly successful as the second stage on Nike, Terrier, Taurus (Honest John), Ute, Paiute and Sandhawk boosters. Several hundred of these configurations were launched.
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    Estes D-Region Tomahawk (#1944) Basic Information

    Estes D-Region Tomahawk (#1944) Basic Information.

    Estes Industries

    MODEL NAME: D-Region Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER: #1944

    Introduced: 1985
    Final Year: 1986
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
    Motor Mount: 1x24mm
    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
    Length: 35.5"
    Diameter: 1.637"
    Span:
    Weight: 3.7 oz

    Mfg. Description: Our version of NASA's sounding rocket, Flight No. 12.08 GT, is an excellent choice for your first scale model. Almost 3 ft. tall, Tomahawk features large, easy to assemble parts and realistic flights up to 800 feet. Recovery is via huge, 18" parachute. A 3/16 Maxi-Rod is recommended for flight. (Estes 1985 Catalog)


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    Estes D-Region Tomahawk (#2037) Basic Information

    Estes D-Region Tomahawk (#2037) Basic Information.

    Estes Industries

    MODEL NAME: D-Region Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER: #2037

    Introduced: 2007
    Final Year:
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
    Motor Mount: 1x24mm
    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
    Length: 38.8 in. (98.6 cm)
    Diameter: 1.8 in. (46 mm)
    Span:
    Weight: 9.2 oz. (260 g)

    Mfg. Description: Bring on the Beauty and the Beast! For all model rocket enthusiasts out there that enjoy building and launching scale rockets, the Estes D-Region Tomahawk is for you! This authentic rocket is a 1/5 scale of NASA's sounding rocket. Launched only one time in 1968, this rocket was designed to take measurements of the D-layer of the ionosphere - thus its name. Our version of this fantastic scale rocket captures all the detail of the original in an easy to assemble model that flies as good as it looks.

    In terms of performance, this gigantic rocket can blast nearly 800 feet high when powered with our *E engine. If you don't want to test the limits of your visibility, we've included an adapter to launch on Estes D engines. Finally, to protect this beautiful scale model when it lands, we've included an 18 inch preassembled nylon parachute! Get in touch with your inner astronaut today! (Estes 2011 Web Ad)


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    Pratt Hobbies D-Region Tomahawk (MMX) Basic Information

    Estes D-Region Tomahawk (MMX) Basic Information.

    Pratt Hobbies

    MODEL NAME: D-Region Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER:

    Introduced:
    Final Year:
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
    Motor Mount: 1x6mm
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    Stages: 1
    Length:
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    Weight:

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    Semroc I.Q.S.Y. Tomahawk (KD-2) Basic Information

    Semroc I.Q.S.Y. Tomahawk (KD-2) Basic Information.

    Semroc Astronautics

    MODEL NAME: I.Q.S.Y. Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER: KD-2

    Introduced: 2009
    Final Year:
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
    Motor Mount: 1x18mm
    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
    Length: 19.8" (50.3 cm)
    Diameter: 0.908" (2.3 cm)
    Span: 3.7" (9.4 cm)
    Weight: 1.2 oz (34.1 g)

    Mfg. Description: DESC


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    Neubauer D-Region Tomahawk Basic Information

    Neubauer D-Region Tomahawk Basic Information.

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    MODEL NAME: D-Region Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER:

    Introduced:
    Final Year:
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
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    Thrustline - D-Region Tomahawk (TA-024) Basic Information

    Thrustline D-Region Tomahawk (TA-024) Basic Information.

    Thrustline Aerospace

    MODEL NAME: D-Region Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER: TA-024

    Introduced:
    Final Year:
    Designer: John Rowan-Stern

    Type: Scale
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    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
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    CMR D-Region Tomahawk (S1) Basic Information

    CMR D-Region Tomahawk (S1) Basic Information.

    Competition Model Rockets (CMR)

    MODEL NAME: D-Region Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER: S1

    Introduced: 1970
    Final Year: 1987
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
    Motor Mount: 1x21mm, Later 1x18mm
    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
    Length: 20"
    Diameter: 0.93"
    Span:
    Weight: 39g

    Mfg. Description: This is an exact scale model of the single stage sounding rocket, NASA Flight No. 12.08GT, built by the Astro-Met Division of the Thiokol Chemical Corporation. This rocket was designed and flown to determine vehicle performance and establish payload environment during flight before acceptance in the NASA rocket stable. The performance was as predicted and the basic rocket was accepted by NASA. Model is precisely scaled from full size manufacturer's drawings. Color was determined from many NASA color photographs. Ideal for NAR Scale and Scale Altitude events. Original model won first in Scale and first in Scale Altitude at NARAM 11. Kit contains detailed instructions, precision scale plastic nose cone, special built up fins, true to prototype shroud, "pop" launch lug, screw head embossing tool. Recommended for experienced modelers. (CMR 1972 Catalog)

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    This is an exact scale model of the single stage sounding rocket, NASA Flight No. 12.08GT, built by the Astro-Met Division of the Thiokol Chemical Corporation. This rocket was designed and flown to determine vehicle performance and establish payload environment during flight before acceptance in the NASA rocket stable.

    The model is precisely scaled from full size manufacturer's drawings. Ideal for NAR Scale and Scale Altitude events. Original model won first in Scale and first in Scale Altitude at NARAM 11. Kit contains very detailed instructions, precision scale plastic nose cone, built up fins, true to prototype shroud, pop launch lug, screw head embossing tool. Has won numerous places in national and international competition.

    Recommended for experienced modelers. (CMR 1987 Catalog)


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    Yank IQSY Tomahawk (3") Basic Information

    Yank IQSY Tomahawk (3") Basic Information.

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    MODEL NAME: IQSY Tomahawk (3") Also known as:

    NUMBER:

    Introduced:
    Final Year:
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
    Motor Mount: 1x38mm
    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
    Length: 66"
    Diameter: 3"
    Span:
    Weight: 40oz

    Mfg. Description:


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    Yank IQSY Tomahawk (4") Basic Information

    Yank IQSY Tomahawk (4") Basic Information.

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    MODEL NAME: IQSY Tomahawk (4") Also known as:

    NUMBER:

    Introduced:
    Final Year:
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
    Motor Mount: 1x54mm
    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
    Length: 88"
    Diameter: 4"
    Span:
    Weight: 85oz

    Mfg. Description:


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    Aerotech IQSY Tomahawk (#89014) Basic Information

    Aerotech IQSY Tomahawk (#89014) Basic Information.

    Aetrotech Consumer Aerospace

    MODEL NAME: IQSY Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER: #89014

    Introduced: 1989
    Final Year:
    Designer:

    Type: Scale
    Motor Mount: 1x29mm
    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
    Length: 41"
    Diameter: 1.9"
    Span:
    Weight: 11oz

    Mfg. Description: A detailed scale model of a sounding rocket used for scientific studies. The blueprint that comes with the kit shows scale details and color patterns. (Aerotech 1990 Catalog)

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    A detailed scale model of a sounding rocket used for scientific studies. If you've never built a scale model before, the TOMAHAWK is a great place to start. The blueprint that comes with the kit shows scale details and color patterns. This rocket turns in beautiful flights. (Aerotech 1992 Catalog)

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    If you have never built a scale model before, the Tomahawk makes the perfect first project. Loaded with striking detail and E, F, and G power capable, this is one scale model that flies like a real sounding rocket. (Aerotech 2013 Web Ad)




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    Centuri Tomahawk (KC-40 or #5100) Basic Information

    Centuri Tomahawk (KC-40 or #5100) Basic Information.

    Centuri Engineering

    MODEL NAME: Tomahawk Also known as:

    NUMBER: KC-40 or #5100

    Introduced: 1968
    Final Year: 1975
    Designer:

    Type: Scale, Payload
    Motor Mount: 1x18mm
    Recovery: Parachute
    Stages: 1
    Length: 20"
    Diameter: 0.906"
    Span:
    Weight: 1.15 oz

    Mfg. Description: One-tenth scale operating model of the single-stage sounding rocket built by Astro-Met division of Thiokol Chemical Corporation. TOMAHAWK is an excellent beginner scale model. Use bonus payload capsule to carry insects or monitoring devices to high altitudes and return them safely by parachute. "Scale Substantiation Data" sheet showing specifications plus photo of real Tomahawk included. (Centuri 1969 Catalog)

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    One-tenth scale operating model of the single-stage sounding rocket built by Astro-Met division of Thiokol Chemical Corporation. TOMAHAWK is an excellent beginner scale model. Use bonus payload capsule to carry insects or measuring devices devices to high altitudes and return them safely by parachute. "Scale Substantiation Data" sheet showing specifications plus photo of real Tomahawk included. (Centuri 1971 Catalog)


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    SCALE - Tomahawk Gallery

    I didn't see a category for this yet.

    This is my son's Estes D Region Tomahawk kit done up in a nice ND blue and gold metallic fade with the CCHA and the Irish Hockey vinyl on board.

    This one is just at its decommission and 'time to cannibalize' point in its life.

    Great rocket.







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    Now did the Lord say, "First thou pullest the Holy Pin. Then thou must count to three...."

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    Nice looking rocket. Here are a couple of pics of the one I did. I really like this one, flies great every time all the way up to F's.
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    Nice vintage look.
    Now did the Lord say, "First thou pullest the Holy Pin. Then thou must count to three...."

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    Mine is one of the Older Estes kit D-Region Tomahawks, In this older kit if the modeler wanted to simulate the Fincan fluteing it had to be sanded out of balsa stock and applied.
    A micro version was available for awhile from Pratt Hobbies semi-scale kit D-Region Tomahawk featuring in T4 Body wrap rather then paint.

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    Scale - Tomahawk Gallery

    I couldn't find a Tomahawk gallery, so I made one.

    To start, here is my D-Region Tomahawk, from Estes. Really easy build, I might have to buy another kit to convert to 29mm for my 29/40-120.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdiscenza View Post
    I couldn't find a Tomahawk gallery, so I made one.

    To start, here is my D-Region Tomahawk, from Estes. Really easy build, I might have to buy another kit to convert to 29mm for my 29/40-120.

    G.D.


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    Thanks for your contribution.

    There was a Tomahawk gallery so I merged the two.

    THanks again.
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    Here are some photos of my 6" IQSY Tomahawk at NSL2010 on an M2200 Skidmark.

    This is the one shown in my avatar.

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    L to R 1.52, 2.10, 2.56. 3.0. 3.9. 5.38

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    My 6" IQSY would like great next your other five... if I could find myself a can of black paint.

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    ^ I agree, I keep putting off the 7.67 version. I have the file drawn for the CNC to cut the fins but I enjoy building smaller rockets now.

  23. #23
    Here is mine, The paint job is pretty sloppy, not one of my better efforts. It is a 10 footer (looks good from 10 feet away but up close .... ugh)

    It flies great though. I also want to get a second one to use with my 29/40-120 case and an aeropack retainer.


  24. #24
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    SCALE - Tomahawk Gallery

    I've just started a build of the Semroc
    I.Q.S.Y. Tomahawk

    On my blog at:
    www.modelrocketbuilding.blogspot.com

    When I get closer to finishing, I'll draw up the upper body detail, fin plates and bolts on a available PDF.
    Stop by and build along!


    Post copied to gallery with permission

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    Hans "Chris" Michielssen
    Old/New NAR # 19086 SR

    www.oddlrockets.com
    www.modelrocketbuilding.blogspot.com
    http://www.nar.org/HowToBuildAModelRocket/index.html
    Your results may vary
    "Nose cones roll, be careful with that."
    Every spaceman needs a ray gun.
    Look out - I'm the Meister Shyster!

  25. #25
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    Here is my estes version, built stock except for modifying the retainer for a 24mm reload casing end closure and an external attach recovery system
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  26. #26
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    John A. Lee O.S.L.
    Alamo Rocketeers NAR Section 661
    NAR 87285, L1 8 March 2008
    TRA 03040, L1 8 March 2008

    Photos of the "Fleet": http://www.flickr.com/photos/23694991@N03/

    I used to tell Mom, "...I want to fly rockets when I grow up!"

    She said, "Make up your mind, you can't do both!"

  27. #27
    First picture, my Competition Model Rockets (CMR) D-Region Tomahawk. 2nd and 3rd are of the D-Reg built from 3D printed parts scaled to a BT-60
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  28. #28
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    __________________
    John A. Lee O.S.L.
    Alamo Rocketeers NAR Section 661
    NAR 87285, L1 8 March 2008
    TRA 03040, L1 8 March 2008

    Photos of the "Fleet": http://www.flickr.com/photos/23694991@N03/

    I used to tell Mom, "...I want to fly rockets when I grow up!"

    She said, "Make up your mind, you can't do both!"

  29. #29
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    Aerotech IQSY Tomahawk

    5x body length Kevlar shock cord in place of elastic, 3 button head screws retaining nose cone to allow upper tube to be used as payload bay. Walmart gloss red, white and black paints.



    Launching at MDARS 10-27-12



    Great kit, great flyer, highly recommended!
    Last edited by JAL3; 30th October 2012 at 08:23 PM. Reason: Typos
    TARASDAD
    Rocketry Novice
    Estes - Big Bertha (1); Big Daddy (0); Vagabond (1); V2 (2); STM 012 (0); QCC Explorer (0)
    Custom Rockets - Redliner (0)
    Aerotech - IQSY Tomahawk (1)
    Semroc - Hawk Boost Glider (0)
    In the build pile
    PemTech Screaming Green Meanie; K&S Super Flash

  30. #30
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    sweet!!

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