ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by rol » Sat, 16 Jun 2001 05:36:33



LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit
June 14, 2001
Web posted at: 4:34 PM EDT

(ROL Newswire) -- Owner Barry *** of LOC/Precision has introduced a new
rocket kit to his company1s product line. The CYCLOTRON is a nifty tube fin
rocket that will fly on a wide range of F through I impulse motors. The kit
features a 32-inch section of LOC 3-inch airframe, transitioning to an
additional 10-inch payload section of 2.14-inch LOC airframe. The Cyclotron
comes equipped with a 38mm motor mount tube as standard, and the LOC MMA-2
38mm-29mm adaptor is also included. The complete kit weighs in at
approximately 35 ounces, and stands approximately 65.57 inches tall. The
price of the Cyclotron is $75.00, and can be ordered from your nearest
authorized LOC/Precision dealer, or directly from LOC/Precision at
www.locprecision.com, or via telephone at (440) 546-0413.

Source: ROL Newswire Service

 
 
 

ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by Barry Lync » Sat, 16 Jun 2001 05:41:08


Thaks for the notice - the length is actually 56.75" though.  May be a typo.
Barry ***
Loc

Quote:
> LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit
> June 14, 2001
> Web posted at: 4:34 PM EDT

> (ROL Newswire) -- Owner Barry *** of LOC/Precision has introduced a new
> rocket kit to his company1s product line. The CYCLOTRON is a nifty tube
fin
> rocket that will fly on a wide range of F through I impulse motors. The
kit
> features a 32-inch section of LOC 3-inch airframe, transitioning to an
> additional 10-inch payload section of 2.14-inch LOC airframe. The
Cyclotron
> comes equipped with a 38mm motor mount tube as standard, and the LOC MMA-2
> 38mm-29mm adaptor is also included. The complete kit weighs in at
> approximately 35 ounces, and stands approximately 65.57 inches tall. The
> price of the Cyclotron is $75.00, and can be ordered from your nearest
> authorized LOC/Precision dealer, or directly from LOC/Precision at
> www.locprecision.com, or via telephone at (440) 546-0413.

> Source: ROL Newswire Service


 
 
 

ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by Dick Staffor » Sat, 16 Jun 2001 05:52:29


No pics?

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Quote:
> Thaks for the notice - the length is actually 56.75" though.  May be a
typo.
> Barry ***
> Loc


> > LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit
> > June 14, 2001
> > Web posted at: 4:34 PM EDT

> > (ROL Newswire) -- Owner Barry *** of LOC/Precision has introduced a
new
> > rocket kit to his company1s product line. The CYCLOTRON is a nifty tube
> fin
> > rocket that will fly on a wide range of F through I impulse motors. The
> kit
> > features a 32-inch section of LOC 3-inch airframe, transitioning to an
> > additional 10-inch payload section of 2.14-inch LOC airframe. The
> Cyclotron
> > comes equipped with a 38mm motor mount tube as standard, and the LOC
MMA-2
> > 38mm-29mm adaptor is also included. The complete kit weighs in at
> > approximately 35 ounces, and stands approximately 65.57 inches tall. The
> > price of the Cyclotron is $75.00, and can be ordered from your nearest
> > authorized LOC/Precision dealer, or directly from LOC/Precision at
> > www.locprecision.com, or via telephone at (440) 546-0413.

> > Source: ROL Newswire Service

 
 
 

ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by Hilty Information Syste » Sat, 16 Jun 2001 22:01:14


On Thu, 14 Jun 2001 16:41:08 -0400, "Barry ***"

Quote:

>Thaks for the notice - the length is actually 56.75" though.  May be a typo.
>Barry ***
>Loc

This thing flys _sweet_ too!  Saw it in person!

tah

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ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by Jim Yan » Sat, 16 Jun 2001 23:27:38




Quote:
>No pics?

just from reading the title of the post,I had this vision of some kid
smashing atoms with his cyclotron.;-)
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ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by Mike Walsh, J » Sun, 17 Jun 2001 06:58:39


I have pictures of the Cyclotron in my website directory
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/basic/images/RazzoDelTuboMikStanding.jpg
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/basic/images/RazzoDelTuboStanding.jpg
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/basic/images/razzolaunch.jpg
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/basic/images/DCP02047.JPG
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/basic/images/DCP02050.JPG
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/basic/images/DCP02052.JPG
http://www.angelfire.com/scifi/basic/images/DCP02055.JPG

By The Way, I was one of Barry's Beta testers (i tested the rocket)
Yes, in the URL's, it says Razzo Del Tubo. that was my name for it, i
decided to change it..
I'm also in the process of repainting the Cyclotron (gonna put some
black paint, with some nice green lines (that look like computer
circuit board lines)) on the rocket..
Hey.. Dont look at me, im just creative 8^)
-mike

 
 
 

ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by Stefano Figo » Sun, 17 Jun 2001 18:55:12




Quote:

>By The Way, I was one of Barry's Beta testers (i tested the rocket)
>Yes, in the URL's, it says Razzo Del Tubo. that was my name for it, i
>decided to change it..

Yup... I see you choose a name in Italian. Any relatives?
 
 
 

ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by Mike Walsh, J » Mon, 18 Jun 2001 00:52:38


Nope
Do have some *friends* in italy tho...
But not the reason..
-mike
 
 
 

ROL NEWS--LOC/Precision Announces New Cyclotron Kit

Post by The Silent Observe » Tue, 19 Jun 2001 04:32:11


Quote:


> >>No pics?

> > just from reading the title of the post,I had this vision of some kid
> > smashing atoms with his cyclotron.;-)

> I'm hoping to get a chance to fly mine with the new rocket club at Fermilab.
> Or at least get a photo op somewhere at the site. I've got to come up with
> some neat particle physics logo to put on this rocket. I've done the body in
> black, so that I can add some white graphics to it.

How about an alpha particle smashing into some large nucleus?  B)

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