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Silverleaf

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..... you missed my general ramblings post, I've started a new website for my Scale designs and projects that now features 4 high quality images of the Sandhawk Family along with the drawing of the proposed Nike-Sandhawk, all straight from Sandia National Laboratories c/o Richard Hay.

The link is:

http://scale-rocketry.tripod.com/index.htm

Click on Scale Data, then the Sandhawk Family image...

Cheers,
 

Karl

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Good site , keep it up :D
 

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very nice site and content Silverleaf:
That answers my question from the other thread, the Nike-sandhawk never flew. Drat so we'll can make it a sport model but can't fly it in sport scale...maybe in that new event future scale or something like that. cool.
 

Silverleaf

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Thanks guys, glad you like the site. 8)

I'm still tinkering with the layout, but the main design is set although I may add a few small flashes of the Silverleaf Design logo somewhere.

Cheers,

Micro,

The Nike-Sandhawk can be flown in the Fictional category according to Peter Alway in a recent thread over at Scaleroc on this very subject.

I'm going ahead with a Nike-Sandhawk design, simply because its making me cry with all the possibilities. 8)

Thanks again guys. :D
 

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hokkyokusei,

Thats a nifty program. I found it about 2 years ago, and it works great for angle measuremants for golf design and images.

Hope it helps, 8)
 

hokkyokusei

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Originally posted by Silverleaf
Thats a nifty program. I found it about 2 years ago, and it works great for angle measuremants for golf design and images.

Hope it helps, 8)
It definately will, I have some undimensioned (but I know the overall length of the prototype) drawings I want to scale from. I had resorted to printing them out and measuring, but now I'm going to start again.
 
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