really easy in fusion, just make a nosecone and chop it where you need it
I was on a case with the medical examiner and we had a body with shattered knee caps that the legs did bend the wrong way
if you missed these, missileworks normally has a good black friday sale
big fan of the X Nozzle
when printing fails, 20 hours out of 24, the rest of the 4 hours was a rats nest
I didn't think it was important to do a MANY hours search and perform a statistical analysis
we can have a debate on what the definition of words are
Contending that his statement that "there's nothing going on between us" had been...
This is really strong filament...
keep in mind few is a relative term as opposed to many
wondering what the prusa parts are printed with, they could fail with elevated temps
Thanks for this thread, it seemed like too many arm chair quarterbacks in the other one who as we all know are just spectators with opinions but...
and you have to understand with technology this new, there is a lot of IP, and they don't post due to that
there is little rocketry related 3d printing since it is new
but there are others
and many more...
and how do you know that 1 layer of FRP is plenty?
or do you need 3 or 5 or 10?
how do you know that cardboard or other materials will stand up to...
so Dave, looks like this statement goes along with ALL fins no matter what material they are made from, not just 3DP ones
and there is info ALL...
you could say the same for most of our rockets
Having knowledge of structural engineering is a big plus
while most ping pong balls are nitrocellulose, not all are
red dot and green dot powder can be used
hmm, thin and strength is dependent on how you design them
I'm flying a printed fin can on a full L at LDRS, then will use an M later
I would buy it, but nowhere to put it, already have a 16" diameter V2
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