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EchoVictor

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From this thread (http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthread.php?t=9385), some folks have requested plans, so I figured I'd put 'em in here.

Parts List:

Part Name / Quantity / SEMROC Part Number
PNC-55IR Plastic Nose Cone / 1 / BNC-55AO
PNC-20Y Plastic Side Cones / 2 / BNC-20Y
BT-55 Body Tube, 5.5" long / 1 / BT-55RJ
BT-20 Body Tubes, 9" long / 2 / BT-20N
BT-20 Engine Tube, 2.75" long / 1 / BT-20J
CR-2055 Centering Rings / 2 / RA-2055
CR-520 Thrust Ring / 1 / EB-20A
Engine Hook, 2.75" long / 1 / EH-28
Kevlar Thread / 1 / SCK-24
Shock Cord / 1 / ECR-236
Parachute, 16" dia. / 1 / CP-16Y
1/8" thick balsa fin stock / 1 / FMB-43
3/32" thick balsa fin stock / 1 / FMB-33
Launch Lug, 1/8" dia. / 1 / LL-117
1/4" x 3/16" balsa stock, 5" long / 1 / NA

PART NOTES:
PNC-55IR Nose Cone can be obtained from the Estes kit #2183 Shuttle Express.
PNC-20Y cones can be obtained in Estes #303161 NC-20 Nose Cone 4 pack.
If using SEMROC balsa nose cone, make sure to add screw eye (not in parts list).

Parts view (JPEG should be 1/1 scale):


Front View (JPEG should be 1/1 scale):


Top/Bottom/Side Views (JPEG should be 1/2 scale):


ASSEMBLY NOTES:
Main Wings cut from 1/8" thick balsa sheet.
Tails and Fins cut from 3/32" thick balsa sheet.
Wingtip Rails cut from 1/4" x 3/16" balsa stock. May substitute dowel rod or launch lugs.
Be sure to swing test as some dimensions may end up slightly different. Additional nose weight may be needed for stability, especially if using balsa cones.

Enjoy (and if you build one, you MUST post pictures :))!

Later,
EV
 

dedleytedley

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Thanks for the plans. That's one cool scratch/scale build! All you need is some instructions and you'll have a kit. What did you use to produce the drawings? Ted
 

EchoVictor

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I use MS PowerPoint. It's pretty handy for most folks, and it makes shapes accurate down to 0.01 inches.

A kit is really a non-starter, because I think that it's the PNC-55IR nose cone that really makes the look of this one shine, and you can only get that by scavenging from someone else (ahem, Estes).

Later,
EV
 
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