Joe has a video here somewhere of a ground test that does just that. Joe, is your drawing in post #38 the same setup you tested in the ground test video? It looked like it was effective.Will the 0 delay motor build up enough head pressure to eject the motor mount, light the sustainer and aid in separation?
Yes, any of those would do. Thank you!I have double-sided PCB in 0.033" and 0.050", 0.125" craft plywood and 0.125" G10. Would any of those work for you?
The biggest problem I've run into was realizing, after I had everything glued up, that a C6-0 wasn't going to get me sufficient rod exit speed. Since B14s are no more and a C5-0 has never been, I have to upsize the booster motor mount to take a D12.I'll take pictures to show how I've solved some of the problems you've run into.