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Found Scans Of The STM-012 (7221)'s Fins, Decals, Etc.

K'Tesh

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Ok, you may remember I was annoyed by the STM-012 (7221) kit's poor packaging. The folks at Estes (at the time (during the previous owner's reign)) decided to cram too big a rocket in too small of a bag, guaranteeing that the body tubes would be deformed. Estes was kind enough to send me a 2nd kit (which had the same problem). Eventually I gave up, finished my degree, and moved to China (literally).

Now it's time to revisit this OOP kit and sim it.

I need scans of the STM-012's decals and fins (along with a ruler for scale). The instructions can be downloaded from Estes' site.

Thanks!
Jim
 

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Fins are in the rocket but I never used the decals. Here is a scan with a ruler.
 

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@K'Tesh

Here is a PDF with both fins and decal.

I also have them in PNG, but I think those files will be too big to upload here.

You're right about the kit, BTW. I thought mine looked good, but after opening, both tubes have a slight crimp. Luckily, they are standard 18" BT-60 other than the slots.
 

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K'Tesh

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Thanks for those! Sorry I didn't respond earlier with an actual message. I was out of my mind tired having some sleep issues and teaching all weekend (and I was on my phone).
 
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