by cjkturtle, published
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This model rocket really works!!! I have tested it numerous times myself. It can be powered by any ESTES model rocket engine A through C! NOTE, THE BOTTOM PIECE IS PRINTED UPSIDE-DOWN AND NEEDS TO BE FLIPPED AFTER PRINTING SO THAT IT CAN BE PROPERLY ASSEMBLED!!!!!!!!
.01 mm or .02 mm
Print as oriented!!!
Print our model rocket in PLA filament with provided print settings.
Assemble rocket by gluing bottom and middle together.
Cut rubber band so that it is one string. Glue one end of band to inside of the middle section of the rocket where the nose is inserted. Glue other end to the bottom of the nose.
Tie strings of parachute in middle of rubber band.
Insert band and parachute into the middle section with tissue paper to block the parachute from fire.
Glue on small cut-off piece of a straw to the middle of the rocket so that is is vertical.
Insert model rocket engine, igniter, and ignitor holder to the bottom of the rocket and slide the rocket into a launch pay rod. Attach the electric ignitor leads, push the button, and blast off!!!
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Through countless hours of research i came up with the design of my rocket. A couple more hours on the computer designing and printing, my rocket was born!
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