FlisKits Cut Away Model Rocket Motor Educational Tool ED001
Teachers and youth group leaders alike will agree that this is one indispensable tool for explaining just what goes on inside a model rocket motor!
Explain the function of the nozzle, how an igniter gets installed, what the propellant does and how it starts the delay charge, and MORE!
8 1/2" long and over 2" in diameter, this Cut-Away
motor is a perfect classroom display piece. Its sturdy construction also makes it suitable to pass around the classroom or group so that everyone can get a good look at the internal workings of a model rocket motor.
The design of this kit also allows you to remove the upper section containing the Delay and Ejection charges and the "clay cap". This effectively makes the model a "Booster Motor", allowing you to explain the function of these specialized motors too!
See below for several photo's and illustrations of this unique model. Makes a great conversation piece as well as a wonderful and easy to use tool for introducing and explaining model rocketry. Also, below you will find a wealth of available downloads to augment your model of a Cut-Away Model Rocket Motor. These additional tools can help make your next model rocketry class the best ever offered!
Featuring precision laser cut parts and clearly illustrated instructions, this model is rated as a Skill Level 2, Intermediate and should not be beyond any adult or rocketeer with minimal experience.
Model Rocket Kits are rated by Skill Level
If you are just starting in the hobby start at the beginner level and move up from there at your own pace.
What is needed to build and fly
All model rockets come in kit form that require assembly. The materials are primarily cardboard tubes, balsa or plastic fins and nose cone. Materials will vary by model and are typically specified in the description of each kit.
Additional supplies will be necessary to build and finish your model rocket kit and may include:
Scissors, Hobby Knife
Wood Glue, Model Cement or CA(Super Glue)
Finishing Supplies like:
Launching Equipment and Supplies like:
Model Rocket Motors and Igniters
A safe place to fly using guidelines from the National Association of Rocketry Safety Code