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We have been increasing our offerings of carbon epoxy tubing suitable for airframes.

Here is an image of one in 12 inch.

[Image: 12in.airframe.54.jpg]

They range from 1.125" to 18"++

http://v-serv.com/usr/carbonepoxytube.htm
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(06-07-2015, 03:36 PM)Rocketman Wrote: We have been increasing our offerings of carbon epoxy tubing suitable for airframes.

Here is an image of one in 12 inch.

[Image: 12in.airframe.54.jpg]

They range from 1.125" to 18"

http://v-serv.com/usr/carbonepoxytube.htm

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Mr. Bob
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#3
WoW first carbon fiber...then

landing gear! Never seen a rocket come complete with landing gear before! Job well done!!
Jim Hendricksen
T 9693
L-3 Savannah Ga
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#4
I think it is a take off dolly like in some old space films. Go down a ramp then as it go's up hill light the motor. Saves a bit of fuel.
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Thunderbirds!
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#6
Now just mount a Jet Hitch on the dolly...  Big Grin
Rich Holmes
Camillus, NY
Secretary / newsletter editor
Syracuse Rocket Club

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#7
Wholly mackerel!! And it does rather look like a row of nails waiting to be pounded in there...a novel construction simplification? Smile
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