level 3

  1. Rocketman1955


    Custom designed for my Tripoli Level 3 Certification with Rocksim software. All Public Missiles custom cut fiberglass. 12'5" Tall and 7.7" diameter. Launched only three times. Includes custom rocket transport cart and PVC rack pictured. Also includes two Sky Angle Level 3 parachutes, Missile...
  2. GAP

    L3 Project - Wildman Intimidator 4

    Hello everyone, I'd thought I would post my build thread here for my Level 3 certification rocket. This is a little bit different in that this is after the fact, but I want to post this here to help others and for advice and comments on what I could improve on for builds in the future. That...
  3. deadalus52

    3D printed fin "mounts" in a level 3 cert rocket

    I'm in the design phase of my level 3 certification. The base airframe will be a LOC Bruiser EXP. Unfortunately, I think my kit was a mixed bag between versions which means my fin situation looks like this: This obviously isn't ideal. Now, I do have a 3D printer, and the obvious solution to me...
  4. mperegrinefalcon

    L3 Build

    Hello all, here is my plan for my L3. I have a limited time to build this as I have a specific date I need to launch by. I ordered all the components today, I also have a Loki M2550 on order for the flight. The launch will be the first weekend of June, so I will need to work quickly but...
  5. jahall4

    Using Pratt Ejection Canisters in L3 size rockets flying over 10K

    I have a fair amount of very successful experience using prat ejection canisters up to 5K. Anyone with experience using them over 10K?
  6. jahall4

    Your experience certifying L3 with a 4” (or smaller) fiberglass rocket…

    Interested in hearing your experience certifying L3 with a 4” (or smaller) fiberglass rockets… Success, failures, caveats, etc... Thx
  7. tollyman

    Question: Fin Repair

    I recently flew my unique 12" diameter sonotube scratch build level 3 certification rocket and unfortunately the main parachute didnt open. This lead to one of the fins breaking in half and cracking and another fin fillet to crack. The fins are made of 1/2" plywood. My plan was to cleanly cut...