- Jan 30, 2016
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Did you make that nosecone or purchase them somewhere? I used a similar technique a few years back, worked pretty well.
I do not use the “other side” parts in models, and very rarely the design of other modellers. I have no time to implement my ideas. Technical solutions for the design may be different. There are many options, but this does not exclude identical solutions. According to this, with options, I have been flying since the 95th. Parts are made in different technological ways: plastic injection molding, 3D printing, composites. Some examples in the photo.Did you make that nosecone or purchase them somewhere? I used a similar technique a few years back, worked pretty well.
Static fire test for composite rocket motor. End burning grain, two modes of thrust, type Helium17 D4-5 Burn Time 4.85 s Length 59(mm) Diameter 17 (mm) Initial Mass 21.7 (g)The design of the rocket "class "in the city ". The basic requirements for the design: simple design for children 10-14 years old, minimum motor power, minimum flight speed, visual performance. The result is this: Weight of 185 grams, Diameter 67 mm, Length 97 cm, Recovery System: 65 cm parachute.View attachment 362899 View attachment 362900 View attachment 362901 View attachment 362902