This is a simple “Example Rocket” that I designed for a presentation on 3D Printed rockets. It is similar to my Peanut model rocket, but upscaled for 18mm motors.
This is a small beginner model rocket, called Pathfinder. It is designed to fly on standard 18mm model rocket motors.
This is a small beginner model rocket, called Peanut. It is designed to fly on standard 13mm model rocket motors.
The Hyper Arrow is a small beginner rocket designed to fly on standard 18mm motors.
Sounding Rocket Series
This is a 1/10th scale model of the WAC Corporal sounding rocket, designed to fly on standard 18mm model rocket motors.
This is a 1/10th scale model of the Aerobee sounding rocket, designed to fly on standard 18mm model rocket motors.
This is a 1/10th scale model of the Nike Smoke sounding rocket, designed to fly on standard 24mm model rocket motors.
Sign Here Please
Sign Here Please, named for its shipping tube construction, is a medium complexity mid-power model rocket. No glue is required in its construction. It is designed to fly on 29mm model rocket motors that use integral thrust rings (a glue-on thrust ring is included for black powder motors). A rail is required for launching this model.
Further Assembly Required
Further Assembly Required is a highly modified version of the marginally stable Some Assembly Required. With new grid fins and an updated nose cone design, it is now safely flyable.
Taking advantage of its shipping tube construction, every component is designed to disassemble and fit in the body tube for easy shipping to far away launches.
Checked Baggage, named for its notional method of transport to launches, is a medium complexity high-power model rocket. It is designed to fly on 38mm rocket motors. The motor mount is designed to have a short section of Blue Tube or other suitable 38mm motor tubing glued into the mount as thermal protection. A “No Insulator” motor mount that does not use the insulating tube is included but has not been tested. A rail is required for launching this model.
Just for Fun
This rocket was part of a series of experiments with small-scale Grid Fins. It features a small payload bay and flies on standard 18mm motors.
Spool Rocket – 29mm
It’s a spool rocket.
Yes, it is slightly cheaper than just buying one.
No, I have no idea how it is stable.
No, it doesn’t go very high.
This is a semi-scale model of a Congreve rocket, designed to fly on 24mm rocket motors.
3D Printed Rocket Presentation:
The Application of Additive Manufacturing in the Field of Model Rocketry