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Old 04-12-2012, 03:10 PM
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That is very nice! What weight paper are you using?


It is 110 lb from Wal-Mart.
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I used regular printer paper glue-sticked to a piece of construction paper. it worked out fine for me
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Well, I do this all the time for other hobbies. So, I keep cardstock on hand at all times...
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My completed Star Destroyer did a successful swing test today!
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It would seem, doing a swing test on an odd shape isn't fool-proof. The first flight ended up with whirling loops of death...
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Haven't much got into cardstock rocketry, but in a bit of a twist cardstock rocketry has gotten into me: being the creator of the webtoon 'Stone Trek' I've had enthusiasts out there capitalize on my creations... the stoneship U.S.S. Magnetize (BCC-1701)!
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It would seem, doing a swing test on an odd shape isn't fool-proof. The first flight ended up with whirling loops of death...
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I've had two scratchbuilt rockets do that... so much fun!
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