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    ALTDuino-Rocks!
    ALTD04
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    24.08.2013
    Operational
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    Leo
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    ALTDuino-Rocks! 2
    ALTD05
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    05.06.2013
    Operational
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    Leo
    24mm engine mount.

    15.08.2013 - Repaired one broken fin and made modifications to the nose cone.

    17.09.2013 - Repaired another broken fin and made an additional modification to the upper section.

    14.12.2013 - Rocket with 2 altimeters and a key chain HD camera landed in a tree 25 meter (82 feet) high.

    13.04.2014 - The rocket was recovered. Camera and both altimeters did not sustain any damages.

    23.08.2014 - A prototype Klima E18 motor cato'd at lift-off resulting in the complete destruction of the lower portion of the rocket.

    10.04.2016 - The rocket cato'd at lift-off resulting in major damage to the fin section.

    The rocket is operational again.
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    ALTDuino-Rocks! 2
    ALTD06
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    Under construction

    18mm engine mount.
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    ALTDuino-Rocks! 3
    ALTD07
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    Under construction

    Dual 18mm engine mount.
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    ALTDuino-Rocks! Mag
    ALTD03
    Scratch-Built
    2013
    Solid
    19.07.2013
    Operational
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    Parts from an Estes Magician kit were used to build this rocket.

    The sustainer resides in South Carolina USA.
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    Arrow
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    Under construction

    Leo Nutz
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    Barracuda
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    Under construction

    Leo Nutz

    Paper templates where made to see how the bird would look like.
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    Big Mama
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    Under construction

    Leo Nutz

    Kit uses a BT-101 body tube and a nosecone from the V2.
    The rocket is 35 1/2" tall.

    Engine mount is designed for D and bigger engines.
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    Deutschceptor
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    29.05.2011
    Operational
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    Old K-No.: K-50


    This is a complete clone of the old Estes Interceptor.

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  • Step by step building instructions

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    Estes Astron Falcon
    13
    Scratch-Built
    1964 - 1973
    Solid
    Operational

    Larry Renger
    Patent No. 3,114,317

    This is a scratch built (cloned) kit designed by Estes Industries. Cat. No. 651-K-13.
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    Estes Bandit
    Scratch-Built
    1970 - 1982
    Solid
    21.05.2011
    Operational
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    Bill Simon, Wayne Kellner, Mike Dorffler, John Simmance and Mark Kellner
    This kit uses an ejection ducting system and therefore does not need

    recovery wadding.

    Old K-No.: K-48


    All parts are from Estes except the nose block and the decals.

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  • Baffle tube construction
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    Estes Cherokee-D
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    17.06.2013
    Operational
    View log (1)

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    Estes Loadlifter 1-A
    19
    Scratch-Built
    1964
    Solid
    Operational

    Merrell Lane
    Winning Design Favorite Design Contest Rocket Plan no. 19


    This kit was published in Model Rocket News, volum 4, number 2, June 1964, Estes Industries.
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    Estes Maxi Icarus
    Scratch-Built
    1980 - 1984
    Solid
    03.05.2009
    Operational


    This is a clone of the Estes Maxi Icarus. All parts are original ESTES with the exception of the nose block and the decals.

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  • Close-up of the fin.
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    Estes The Flying Jenny
    21
    Scratch-Built
    1964
    Solid
    Operational

    John Belkewitch
    Winning Design Favorite Design Contest Rocket Plan no. 21

    This is a scratch built kit which was published in Model Rocket News, volum 4, number 2, June 1964, Estes Industries.
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    Estes X-Ray
    Scratch-Built
    1965 - 1985
    Solid
    Under construction

    Old K-No.: K-18

    This is my clone version of the Estes X-Ray using all original Estes parts.
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    WC 2B
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    Operational

    Leo Nutz

    I built and flew this model at the world championships in Poland, 1983.
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    Weaser
    Scratch-Built
    Solid
    1981
    Operational

    Leo Nutz

    Built with Estes parts.
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