I am plying with Open Rocket designing what may very well be my L1 cert vehicle. It is essentially a 4" diameter Estes Hornet, though not intentionally upscaled, just turned out that way.
Here is my conundrum, I want to use 3/16 plywood fins, but have been unable to locate 3/16 plywood locally. If I layer 3 sheets of 1/16, turning the center sheet's grain 90degrees, using wood glue or epoxy, would that be durable enough for an H-motor?
I do not want to use 1/4" due to weight. I want to be able to test flight with a large G before I load an H into this thing. 1/8" may be durable enough, but I am also trying to limit its range, until I can set it up for DD in the future.
I am concerned about quality and shipping costs if I order online.
I'm probably being paranoid & over thinking this, I know that.