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Eric Nantel - DiaLFonZo

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Hi All,

I've been looking around for a built thread regarding this Rocketarium Trident T222-24 and could not find any. (bare with me if there is one)

This model intrigued me and I ordered one yesterday despite the lack of information or build manual online.

Anyone has tried this one?

There are a couple of sizes available, I took the third out of four, using 24mm motor cluster.

13mm
https://www.rocketarium.com/Rockets/Trident/13

18mm
https://www.rocketarium.com/Rockets/Trident/18

24mm
https://www.rocketarium.com/Rockets/Trident-24

29mm
https://www.rocketarium.com/Rockets/Trident-29?

Thanks..!

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Ha! Ain't happening, guys.:startrek2:
Curious enough, a 3d printed nosecone is provided.
I notice that Rocketarium was one of the first to migrate to 3D printed instead of plastic nose cones, as well as many scale parts in their kits. I don't doubt that other manufacturers will follow suit.
 

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Ha! Ain't happening, guys.:startrek2:

I notice that Rocketarium was one of the first to migrate to 3D printed instead of plastic nose cones, as well as many scale parts in their kits. I don't doubt that other manufacturers will follow suit.
Yeah - I don't mind since I will be sanding it no matter what.

3D print gives a lot of possibilities without paying for molds.
 

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Going to follow this thread - I picked up an 18mm ARG Trident for a great price a while back so any hints and tips would be great.
 

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Cool - They look very interesting.

Going to follow this thread - I picked up an 18mm ARG Trident for a great price a while back so any hints and tips would be great.

I've started looking at the kit and wondered if a transition between the main tube and the 3 cluster tubes would be great.
A 3D printed almost hollow part that would make the transition a bit smoother.

Not 100% sure at the moment so..
 

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Cool - They look very interesting.




I've started looking at the kit and wondered if a transition between the main tube and the 3 cluster tubes would be great.
A 3D printed almost hollow part that would make the transition a bit smoother.

Not 100% sure at the moment so..
Looks like superhero underoos. I think it's an excellent idea, personally.
 

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Ha! Ain't happening, guys.:startrek2:

I notice that Rocketarium was one of the first to migrate to 3D printed instead of plastic nose cones, as well as many scale parts in their kits. I don't doubt that other manufacturers will follow suit.
Yup, all my Rocketarium Black Brants came with 3d printed nose cones and transitions. Pretty cool!
 

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Definitely will follow this thread. Rocketarium has some cool clustered sounding rockets, as well. I will probably get one of those, but the Trident is pretty cool!
 

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There's a 3X18mm ARG Trident listed on eBay for a buy it now price of $15, in case anybody's interested.
Don't think it will last long.
 

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No love for Canada shipping - lol
I will leave it to someone else, it's a nice not too expensive to fly rocket with 3x18mm

There's a 3X18mm ARG Trident listed on eBay for a buy it now price of $15, in case anybody's interested.
Don't think it will last long.
I've test fit the part for the transition this morning (as i printed at night) and it fit first time. (yay..!!)
Obviously this is going to be painted.. :rolleyes:
 

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Shipping to Canada is brutal. I do my best to shop online within Canada just for that reason. Get a $15 product and $40 shipping, lol.
 

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Here is the bulkhead replacement to the stock wood one.
The holes are now the right size and they help centring the thing as well.
 

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