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- Oct 27, 2009
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- Brigham City, UT
Technically, Tim is not the manufacturer. It is my understanding that Aerotech makes the Medalist motors for Apogee. As I recall there was another thread like this one within the past several months. I got the impression from that thread (and actually this thread, too) that a flyer could jeopardize the insurance of a club launch by using a plugged SU composite motor. I am somewhat puzzled by Tim's video. It seems like he is telling a flyer how to do this, but he is not really advocating someone to do it.Question : Since the F10 is an Apogee motor and Tim Van Milligan, owner of Apogee, is actively plugging single-use motors on YouTube, can plugging be considered as an "approved procedure" by the Manufacturer ?
Motors. I will use only certified, commercially-made model rocket motors, and will not tamper with these motors or use them for any purposes except those recommended by the manufacturer.