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Redneck Rocket

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Redneck Rocket by thinkin3D Jun 18, 2015

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Print parts. Eat Pringles. Launch rocket.

You'll need:
1 can of Pringles, eaten
1 "D" Estes Rocket motor, not eaten
1 garbage bag (for parachute)
string
fuse to ignite motor (to keep things redneck-ian)

-Instruction included in .pdf

-It does fly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPdruraGfoA

If you REALLY want to go full blown redneck, Grant shows you how to make your own rocket motors here:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=12fR9neVnS8

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awesome! thanks. instructions do not cover use of ring to keep fins steady nor tying the string connected to the bottom- to the top as well. that's kind of obvious but i'm not redneck, so maybe i'm wrong...

Sometimes, you just gotta wing it :)

Pure ingenuity. FROM MURICA'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"The Redneck Rocket?" We can do better than that:

SPUDNIK

Hi Nose cone fails to print properly towards the tip

Your issue is most likely not enough cooling, to fix that problem you can change minimum layer time, add more cooling, or print a pillar next to it that is the same height so that it has to move over and that give the tip time to cool.

I provided the step files if you'd like to thicken them up.

fins are too thin

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