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rocketsonly

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Hey hey. Just incase you all didn't know, Rocketguts.com can cut rings and fins to .001" and anything that'll fit in a 4'x8' area. Can you say "4' diameter rocket"? MUAHAHAHA!


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rocketsonly

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Actually, I take that back. If using a 1/4" bit, the largest and safest ring to cut is 3'11" (the 1/4" bit will take 1/4" material off from both sides, and you need about 1/4" after that to make sure both sides of the ring don't pop off, if you know what I mean).
 

rocketsonly

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Oh, and did I mention we can cut any scanned drawing? Very helpful for those complex fins and random pieces!
 

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Well, geez...I was all over the 4' rocket, but if it's only 3'11", it's just not worth it!! :D
 

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Originally posted by KermieD
Well, geez...I was all over the 4' rocket, but if it's only 3'11", it's just not worth it!! :D
I no, thats just insane! Have ya'll ever heard of having a broad span of products??? jus kidding!! I'd be happy to test your 3' 11" centering rings... and your 3' 11" rocket!
 
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