I’m Joey and for the last four years I’ve been flying with Oregon Rocketry. There was a 25 year gap between when I flew my last Estes model and learned that there was a motor larger than a D. After attending my first Balls in September - my Go Devil 54 went to 18,950 ft on a K700, I’ve been inspired to start my L3 project. I like to build scratch rockets as depicted in the videos of tfish38 and JohnCoker. I’ve built and flown five of them so far – rolling the airframe on a mandrel, and making nosecone molds from plugs turned on the lathe. This one is a fiberglass clone of mean machine that flies on 29 mm H and I motors. This carbon fiber rocket did 12,700 ft on an I216: Last year I build a curing oven because I’m not allowed to let the epoxy curing on the dining room table anymore (wives get funny about certain things) and the epoxy doesn’t cure well at 40 deg F in the garage. The oven build thread is posted here. My latest rocket had balsa core fins wrapped in carbon fiber, a step up from cutting flat fins out of G10 sheet. For my L3 project I’m going to scale this up for an Aerotech DMS M1350. Once my taps sign off on the design I will begin documenting the build process.