Model Rocketry

Experience the excitement of model rocketry and learn how to launch your own rockets. Discover top ideas for building and flying model rockets to take your hobby to new heights.
Model Rocket Building: Make Your Own Igniters Scribe, Diy, Upcycling, Diy Rocket, Diy Electronics, Rocket Kits, Rocket Engine, Survival Weapons, Model Rocket Engines

In MAKE Magazine, Stefan Jones did a great pictorial article on LPR igniter making. http://makezine.com/projects/model-rocket-igniters/ From http://jacobs-online.biz/nichrome_wire.htm You can buy 100 feet of 30 or 32 gauge nichrome wire for $6.00! 30 gauge is a bit thicker than 32 gauge. If cut into 2 1/2" long pieces, 100' of nichrome could make 480 igniters! 0.0125 cents each before a laquer dip! On TRF Fred Shector gave this advice: For a lantern battery (alkaline) use 32 ga nichrome and…

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Mark Spalding

Building a Model Rocket - Introduction: Building a model rocket is a fun pastime, but it can be easy for someone new to the hobby to make a mistake. This guide is intended to help those who are new to the hobby complete all steps required to build a basic rocket called the Big Berth…

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George Ntavos
Drones, Steampunk Weapons, Futuristic Armour, War Machine, Scale Models, Military Weapons, Starship Concept, Aerospace, Scale Model Ships

Sirius Rocketry Online Store Sirius Rocketry Eradicator (29mm) [SR S-0017] - Eradicator Part of the Sirius Rocketry Transition Series The Eradicator is the latest in our "Transition Series" of kits; kits that can be flown on model rocket motors, yet can also be flown on high-power motors to help you transition into high-power rocketry. The Interrogator G was the first example of such a kit, the Eradicator is the latest additon to the line. It flies great on F and G motors, and plenty high on…

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Steve S