I just stumbled across the thread with the K62N certification test. I think it’s pretty neat that end-burners are such an active area of development. I’m anxious to see if any fly at ROCstock and other big events.
It got me wondering though, is it a great logistical challenge to support so many offerings? Currently I count at least a dozen different propellant offerings and a plethora of cases, liners, nozzles, and other components, across 15 different total impulse ranges (16 if you count the stockpile of MicroMaxx). It seems like it must be a Herculean challenge to keep all the stuff in production and in the supply chain, much less develop more.
Or are there some unique traits of the products/hobby/industry/company that make this a little bit easier to manage than one might think?