I hope that's five toes per foot, the poor little things.Five fins. Wombats have five toes.
That sounds intriguing, if only because there are so many things it might mean. Would you sketch that, please?Another was fins that were 3/4 circles going from small to large from top to bottom.
Careful with wires being shrunk next to allthread. Threads have been known to short through insulation. Personally I would heatshrink the allthread first. YMMV.When I mount the charge cups, I cut off the threads on the backside so they don't interfere with the sled and components:
I never did weigh the two twin rockets I gave you. Have you weighed them? They look like they should be pretty stable for 54mm.The I229T is a one-grain 54mm motor similar to the ones I'm planning to fly the rockets you gave me on. It's on the lower end of "I" impulse, but not low enough for me to call it a baby I, though that's subjective.
I'm guessing Mega Max hit over 1000 feet judging by how small it looked and how long it took to fall back to the ground, but I'm not completely sure. Like I said, I forgot to put my AltimeterThree in it to get actual data.
Thanks for the tip. A lot of the methods I use are the result of comments like this on TRF.Careful with wires being shrunk next to allthread. Threads have been known to short through insulation. Personally I would heatshrink the allthread first. YMMV.