Centuri Point Clone

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A picture of the interior. I used some mylar foil to provide a smooth surface for temporarily taping the 300 lb kevlar, so it wouldn't get in the way of the exhaust.

I used an Alps dry transfer printer and 110 lb cardstock for the shroud.
 

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I didn't take any flight photos of my rockets, but other Cato members might have. I'd expect any photos to show up in the launch report for CATO 90 at www.catorockets.org
 

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Hi Micromister,
The scan of the cockpit on the JimZ site had some fuzzy lines--so I decided to replace them with two NAR decals The decal on the other side has my NAR number 80361.

BTW, I remembered to raise the bottom of the rocket about 9 inches from the blast deflector--I heard stories about accidental ignition. Just in case, I made sure that nobody used the adjacent pad. :rolleyes:
 

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I just love flyin the point.. full size and micro size they both get about the same altitude..It's amazing!
Great job on yours by the way. I looks, I don't have the full size canopy wrap with me if you ever decide you'd like to add it just drop me an e-mail I'll send the cleaned up version to you.
 
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