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Cutting Tubes
THESE USER EMPLOYED TECHNIQUIES ARE FOR YOU TO DO!
U.S. Rockets "makes" (lets) you cut tubes for various purposes. Tube slots, ejection ducting, reducer sections, nose cones and several others. Get used to it. Embrace the X-acto, angle iron, ruler and paper as a jig.

Having considerable design and fab freedom in your quiver is not all bad either.

Living the U.S. Rockets lifestyle is fun and easy. Fly high and fast, or low and slow, but have fun and fly safely.


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Typical fin slot cut, this for a Sentra SRB 2.7.

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A tapered cut forms a simplified nose plate seat.

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Berlinetta nose fairing

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El Lubbo boattail

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El Lubbo nose cone

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El Nipplo is applicable to all 3, 6, and 12" kits.
This Baby Big Rocket feels the love.

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The U.S. Rockets Saturn 1B Sport Scale kit
employs an Integrated Tube-tm reducer and nose cone.
Traditional shrouds are used for the base cone ring.
Fluorishes are added by the interested user.

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12 panel shroud on the back and 6 panel on the front of this prototype.

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BT-22, BT-15 and BT-9 all accomodated by different shroud patterns.
The BT-15 has a keyway cut for a mating part function.

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This prototype 38mm Saturn V uses assymetrical shrouds for the nozzle shrouds.

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Prototype 38mm Saturn V uses assymetrical shrouds.

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