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  1. #1
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    What paper/card models have you made so far ?

    myself ton's little joe 2

    "Veni, vidi, vici"

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    Just a Couple of Cardstock Planes myself, but I plan on trying out some Rocket Cardstock soon.

    Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn

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    FlisKits Caution (twice), Bob Harrington Mini Satellite Interceptor, and a scratch Downscale Patriot. The first Caution lawn darted on its third flight and for the new one I made what I hope is a design improvement that'll help prevent a recurrence. Patriot flew fine, once so far. Sat Interceptor and 2nd Caution await clear coat and first flight.

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    Ralph Currell - V2
    Fliskits - Caution
    Fliskits - Midnight Express - normal size and 2X upscale with a 13mm deuce motor mount.
    Maxus-1b - Was on Mars Center site (Ital.) I'm not sure were it can be found now. Build thread here: http://www.rocketryforumarchive.com/...ighlight=maxus
    Erik teGroen - Delta II ACE launcher. was on Lansbergen site (Neth.) I'm not sure were it can be found now.
    Erik teGroen - Soyuz was on Lansbergen site (Neth.) I'm not sure were it can be found now.
    Ton Noteboom - 1/72 Soyuz launcher Build thread here: http://www.rocketryforumarchive.com/...ighlight=soyuz
    CZ-2F "long March"
    Delta 7 -Mercury Redstone

    Various cardstock downscales of vintage Estes and Centauri models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobH48 View Post
    Maxus-1b - Was on Mars Center site (Ital.) I'm not sure were it can be found now.
    https://web.archive.org/web/20051104...lismomaxus.htm

    Not knowing the Lansburgen URL I didn't check the archive for that.

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    The entire line of Birdmobile kits... including the Osprey with German Brown Trout. They're on display at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge just outside of Sherwood Oregon.

    Here's my crowning achievement:


    And the others...











    Including the European Robin (the American Robin is actually a species of Thrush):



    They're exclusively available in the US from Northwest Nature Shop.
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    Dreaming of making the rockets I dreamed of as a kid (and then some).


    NAR L1 Cert flight: Sheridan, Oregon, USA. Sept. 19, 2015. Flew Deep Space OFFl on an I357T-14A Blue Thunder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Holmes View Post
    https://web.archive.org/web/20051104...lismomaxus.htm

    Not knowing the Lansburgen URL I didn't check the archive for that.
    What I meant was that the Lansbergen site used to host all of Erik te Groen's models but stopped even though the web site hadn't gone away.

    I found a reference to his models here http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...-s-new-website
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  9. #9
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    Bomarc, F-104, HoJo, Saturn 1b, Saturn V and Gemini Titan Stomp Rockets.

    Ton's Apollo Little Joe II, Apollo LES, Mercury and Gemini capsules, Saturn V and Skylab Saturn V.

    1:96 scale Mercury Redstone.

    1:31 scale T-38 Talon--NASA livery.
    Bang-Bang Shoot 'Em Up Destiny! Bang-Bang Shoot 'Em Up To The Moon! Bang-Bang Shoot 'Em Up 1-2-3!

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  10. #10
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    FlisKits Caution Rocket
    eCardmodels Tutorial Rockets #1 and 2
    eCardmodels Honest John (free version)
    Altitude Test Rocket #3
    Soyuz "Kinder-Rakete"
    From Ralf Wenderoth’s Raketenflieger site: Arok-D7, Cool Rocket, Charlotte, and Kaleido
    Tropical Punch

  11. #11
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    I have built 15, and a big list waiting to be built , you can find here my build thread for each model

    Scale: 1/96
    Titan II GLV
    DELTA II
    ENERGIA-BURAN (Under Construction)
    M-3S
    M-3SII
    SATURN IB
    CHANG ZHENG 2F (Long March 2F)



    Scale: 1/48
    ZENIT 2M
    SPUTNIK
    PEGASUS XL
    VS-40
    Mercury Redstone
    Little Joe (Mercury)


    Scale: ?
    Astrosmurf Rocket
    Little Joe II (Apollo)

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    A couple of cardstock buildings for my model railroad but nothing related to rocketry.

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    My high school physics class is building Fliskits Midnight Express paper rockets right now. Only one stuck engine block out of about a dozen rockets and one pair of students who think using painters' tape rather than glue to keep everything together is a good idea. I told them I would not let them launch their rocket that way but they don't want to change it. They'll find out on launch day how serious I am about rocketry safety.

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    Added a 1:48 scale Soyuz TMA
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    I've converted a bunch (source/model/motor size):

    Numerous from Art Applewhite, Delta's, Cubit's, Stealths, etc. MMX-24mm (and bigger ones that are mostly all paper)
    Currel Airship R-100 MMX/13mm
    Cards in Space Little Joe I 13mm
    Pierre Fontaine's Fireball XL-5 MMX
    Delta-7 Mercury Redstone MMX
    Currel SpaceShipOne MMX
    AlaskaPaperModelWorks Honest John (~2.6" BT) 24mm
    AlaskaPaperModelWorks Saturn V (1:138) 24mm
    Model Minutes G-200 Carrier 24mm
    Model Minutes XFLR-7 24mm
    gpoehlein's scale Big Bertha 18mm

    Think that's all of them. Not counting the air powered ones.
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    I built two Art Applewhite saucers (Delta and Qbit) and a "Six" 13mm rocket last weekend. Elegant designs (in the engineering sense), and very enjoyable to build.

  17. #17
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    Leo's Rokot
    Leo's Vostok 1
    Leo's Dnepr
    Scud
    Tons 1/48 Soyuz
    Tons 1/48 Apollo
    Mecrury Redstone
    Kosmos 3M
    Tons 1/48 Gemini

  18. #18
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    I just recently learned about paper rockets, since I'm in my mid 30's I assume I just missed the era thus never learned about them. Anyway I just found the free fliskits template, so I build one. Along with 2 other buddies we are having a compitition to see who's paper rocket will fly & be found flyable the most. We are doing it .5points for each up & .5 points for each find, so far only one friend flew his.....he has .75 points. his half point for a up & another .25 bonus points cause he make a 2 stage....that was never found(we think it blew up lol)
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    Just a man with many rockets.
    www.facebook.com/cranbrookrocketclub

  19. #19
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    Added a large Black Brant II and a 1:96 scale Progress WIP.
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    Between my son and I we've built:
    Fliskits Nebula
    4 Applewhite Cincos
    1 Applewhite saucer (the one that has the tabs so it spins, it's GREAT!)

  21. #21
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    Bought a new Canon printer and have begun work on another Ton 1:96 scale Saturn V J-mission to be flight-converted with foil-lined stuffer/MMT. Hope to have this completed and flight tested in time for the Summer.

    Bang-Bang Shoot 'Em Up Destiny! Bang-Bang Shoot 'Em Up To The Moon! Bang-Bang Shoot 'Em Up 1-2-3!

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