Innovative Mid-Power Launch Pad New from Rocket Vision

Innovative Mid-Power Launch Pad New from Rocket Vision

Post by Tai F » Mon, 25 Oct 1999 04:00:00



Do you guys sell a starter kit? The thing is that Rocketvision's pad is
very good, but it's way out of my budget... If I can buy starter set
that has controller/rocket/motors then it would make everything a little
easier... Aerotech's Mantis launch pad isn't good enough for me...

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Innovative Mid-Power Launch Pad New from Rocket Vision

Post by jsabr.. » Tue, 26 Oct 1999 04:00:00


*Introducing the Trans-Pod Launch Pad*

Rocket Visions engineering staff proudly announces the release of our
newest product: the innovative Trans-Pod Launch Pad the only pad that
carries its own launch rods!  Two of the pad's three legs unscrew from
the head unit and then re-attach to form a carrier that can handle rods
up to six feet long.

As a launch pad, the Trans-Pod is designed to handle rockets with a
gross lift-off weight of 3.3 lbs or less.  It comes with an 8 blast
plate, and the quick-grip rod holder accepts launch rods from 1/8 to
1/4". The legs are made of super-tough Schedule 80 PVC.

For complete product information, including photos and drawings, go to
www.rocketvision.com/Products/oneproduct.asp?productid=63&site=rmr.

The Trans-Pod is priced at $79.95.

For more information, check out our main page: www.rocketvision.com, e-

Janet S. Hendrickson
Marketing Lead
Rocket Vision, a division
of Impulse Aerospace

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Innovative Mid-Power Launch Pad New from Rocket Vision

Post by Peter Kho » Tue, 26 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

>easier... Aerotech's Mantis launch pad isn't good enough for me...

why?  have you used one?

Peter Khor

 
 
 

Innovative Mid-Power Launch Pad New from Rocket Vision

Post by jsabr.. » Wed, 27 Oct 1999 04:00:00




Quote:
> Do you guys sell a starter kit?  <rest of post snipped>

At the moment, no, we don't.  But we will in the next few weeks.  I'll
post the details here when we have all the elements assembled and have
set a price.

Janet S. Hendrickson
Marketing Lead
www.rocketvision.com
800-568-2785

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Innovative Mid-Power Launch Pad New from Rocket Vision

Post by Timothy Melt » Thu, 28 Oct 1999 04:00:00



Quote:


>>easier... Aerotech's Mantis launch pad isn't good enough for me...

>why?  have you used one?

Because I've seen 2, count 'em, 2 Mantis pads come apart.  Or aren't
they designed for I211's ;-)  I prefer tube launches anyway ;-)

Hi Peter!

Tim
NAR 75694
AMA 649425

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