I don't do spirals
- Aug 21, 2020
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- Orefield, PA
The safety rules were put in place for a reason. They are all posted on the NAR and TRA websites.Dad?
Yeah, pretty much entire experience here is how "you can't do that" and "that's not right" pretty damn discouraging. But the "Post a pic that makes you laugh" is still pretty good.
Last part of metal in rocketsHere is the guidance on ductile metal
Seems like the design would fit the rules, it's for integrity of the rocket and is only as much as needed. At the end it's between a discussion/agreement between the builder and the RSO
Nice design, love to see the 1st test article
I certainly never meant to be discouraging. I this comment was, I apologize.Is the rise time what you intended? I'm talking out my butt, but it looks quite long to me.
Aw, c'mon. Pure copper is more ductile than most of it's alloys. Silver is more ductile yet, and nothing is more ductile than gold.The set of metals that shall meet the “ductile metal” constraint is limited to:
- Aluminum alloys
- Copper Alloys