Estes Jupiter C Nosecone/Satellite Dimensioned Drawing

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K'Tesh

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I should have modeled this when I was still in the US. As it is now, I can't. So I need someone to create one for me so I can create a new .ork file for it.

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Are you looking for a drawing of the Real Jupiter-C or an old model rocket?
 

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Are you looking for a drawing of the Real Jupiter-C or an old model rocket?
The Estes Jupiter C (1976) Kit's dimensions. I'm trying to create a sim of it in OR.
 
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If you are wanting to clone the kit I believe Sirius has what you need. https://www.siriusrocketry.biz/ishop/moldin-oldies-srmo-jce1-set-573.html
Yes, but farther down the page it also says sold out.

The Estes Jupiter C (1976) Kit's dimensions. I'm trying to create a sim of it in OR.
I'm wondering about that kit. The parts at Moldin Oldies say they fit a BT-20. That's really small. I would have thought it would be based off the Mercury Redstone kit. The bottom half of both are redstones after all.
 
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Yes, but farther down the page it also says sold out.



I'm wondering about that kit. The parts at Moldin Oldies say they fit a BT-20. That's really small. I would have thought it would be based off the Mercury Redstone kit. The bottom half of both are redstones after all.
It's not a BT-20, it uses the ST-20 body tube (2.04" OD)
 
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