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No, they are not. Do you have a 3D printer?
3D printed a conduit and glued it to the body tube. Rocket is ready for primer, paint and decals.
Print catalog is on it's way :)
I just checked and if my calculations are correct the Doorknob will have a 3" diameter body tube. This would be he same diameter as e.g. the Nike...
"LEO" Space Train..... I like that rocket.... Think I'm going to get me a few of those :D
I just renewed my NAR membership for another 3 years :)
I wouldn't be surprised if this was the reason:
Here is an example using Klima tape match:
You read wrong. It's just a question of cost.
We have the option of using fuses or e-igniters which by the way are great, 100% reliable motor...
Turned out great Bob.
This past weekend the adapter flew successfully on three E12 motors and hurled the Mammoth to over 1280 feet in altitude.
It was a beautiful flight.
Well, to me it looks kinda awkward. When I'm back from vacation I will modify it a little for better looks and make it a bit lighter too.
No. This rocket flies DD.
Yes, one engine cato'd. The two other engines thrusted the Mammoth to a little over 1000 feet without incident.
Designed and printed a "Cato-Adapter" that screws on to a 29mm Estes engine retainer.
Everything is friction fit, no glue used.
I've got a couple. Flies great.
Welcome to the club :)
=> What was the first rocket you ever launched?
Correct. That is the plan I used for the BT-101 version.
Beautiful print result!
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