Rowes Retainers LPR Rail System

For some time, I have looking at the problems associated with the use of rods for launching low to mid powered rockets. Larger rockets sag on them, get blown around in the wind, the problem of "Rod Whip".

With the increase in the use of buttons and rails I searched for a much smaller version that smaller rockets could be launched from. The buttons for "standard rails" are much to big to be of any use to the smaller rocket flyer. In the end, as I could not find what I wanted on the open market I decided to manufacture my own "Low Power Rocket Rail System"

The end result is a system that is versatile and easy to use and quick to set up. It has taken rockets from a single A motor, to a cluster of 4 D12's and a G64

Base of Launcher shown with Rail to Rod Converter.

 

             Joining strips for extra rail                                                                Rail section

 

 

 

Constructed from aircraft grade aluminium, anodised silver and black and a Reinforced, black polyamide adjustment bracket with stainless steel screws. The launcher comes ready to use (some assembly required), including all hex keys and 6 white Delrin rail buttons and screws to get you started straight away

All for 82.50

Extra 0.5 Meter of rail and all fittings 13.75

Rail to Rod converter (Holds 3mm to 6mm rods)  13.75

Extra buttons and screws @ 2.00 per pair