Customers Pictures

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54mm Glue and screw cluster

Terry Lee (USA)

54mm Glue and screw cluster

Terry Lee (USA)

 

38mm P-MRC-38

Pete's Luna Express with a polished P-MRC-38 cone

 

38mm P-MRC-38

Pete's Luna Express with a Violet P-MRC-38 cone

 

24mm Cone

 

  29mm Standard

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Fat Cat strike Ship with 29mm Retainer (Ref. EMMR)

 

54mm Cone

 

Big Daddy at UKRA 2003

Fitted with a 54mm Polished Cone

Why? I have no Idea, but it looks cool

24mm Cone

Scratch built MODI by Chris Walker.

Based on the Thor kit, but a lot smaller

 38mm Cone

 

 

A Friend of Gary Blinko with his Level 1 Cert Rocket

 

(Any information about this picture please e-mail me)

Picture by C. Rowe (KLOB 2002)

29mm Cone

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 PML

 Tiny Pterodactyl

 

Picture by C. Rowe

 54mm Cone

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BSD 4" Diablo

With a 54mm Polished Cone

flown on an Aerotech I161

 

Picture by C. Rowe (KLOB 2002)

Launch Picture courtesy of Pete Waddington & Darren J Longhorn.

 

 24mm Cone

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A Prototype 24mm Cone on a scratch

built rocket by P. Lavin.

(Rocket powered by a Micro-Hybrid)

 

Picture by C. Rowe (KLOB 2002)

29mm Cone

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Rocket is a v v v modified LOC/Precision Lil'Nuke 

now called Back2Mars,

29mm motor mount, combo anti-zipper coupler w/ baffle, 1.5m overall length

(not at all 'Lil' no mo')

 

Picture by P.Lavin

 

 29mm Cone

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Gary Blinko with his scale Pegasus.

The cone will be painted white to match the rest of the model

 

 

Picture by C. Rowe (KLOB 2002)

 38mm Standard Retainers

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 I have conclusively demonstrated, beyond refute, the superior flight characteristics of tetrahedra by launching an 1.2 Kg example of that superlative geometry, this date, on a Pro38 I170 and recovering same with the assistance of Rob Galejs' magnetic apogee detector and a separate ejection charge/parachute configuration employing (patent applied for) Lateral Thinking Technology... and fireproof loo roll furnished by East Anglia Rocketry Society.

Reliability enhancement ensured by Rowes Retainers... Why limit yourself? Use two per rocket!

 

Pictures by P. Lavin

 

 38mm Cone

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Innocent Bystander

Richard Parkins Scratch-built rocket that he used for his successful Level 1 flight using an Aerotech I300

 

 

Pictures by C. Rowe (KLOB 2002)

24mm Cone

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A Das Modell Jumbo 3

4-24mm Coned Retainers

Picture by C. Rowe (WRS April 2003)

 

24mm Cone

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Fat Cat Marauder with 24mm Cone (Ref. EMMR)

 

  38mm Cone

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Charles Pierce's BSD Horizon with a 38mm Cone

 

 

Kevin Timmins HORIZON

38mm Polished Cone