I dunno, isn't that what real cartoons do? A moment of suspense, and then commercials until "next week" or so? Well, at least I don't have commercials! (unless I guess I'm promoting smurfs and tools, but it's not like anyone's paying me for it, it's just my stuff and part of this crazy hobby combination I got myself into).But what about the pie attack on the cat?
Reaching in with a file to round things over would be challenging, but IMHO worth it. It may even be worth sacrificing a needle file by snapping off a short piece so that it can get around better.In hindsight, I should have screwed the hinges on the pilot side, and have the axles on top of the wall, instead of over the bay. But with the wall already glued in place, I had no way to work a screwdriver, so I epoxied the hinges on a random side of the wall, without realizing where the axles would end up.
Yes that I can do. Good idea. And I have just the files for it. They've been patiently waiting in my glue box for over a year. I always forget I have a kit of small files because they were stored in the wrong box, but I'll get that sorted out shortly.Reaching in with a file to round things over would be challenging, but IMHO worth it. It may even be worth sacrificing a needle file by snapping off a short piece so that it can get around better.
You still have to have a level 1 cert to use a motor with greater than 80 N average thrust, even if it's a G or F.CTI or AT? CTI has a 29 mm 2 grain Vmax, G250, and a White Thunder G126 also in the 2 grain case. Aerotech has the single use G125 and the G138 reload for the RMS-29/40-120 case, both Blue Thunder. Any of those should get you plenty of rail exit speed for a safe flight if your weight isn't huge, and the G250 should even if it is.
Of course, you'll probably want the minimum ejection delay, whatever motor you pick, this rocket being so very draggy.
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