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Old 09-28-2008, 09:44 AM
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The new Orbital Transport is online. We will announce it to everyone later today. There are only 40 serialized copies this time.

The Golden Scout is back as a non-"Sky of Gold" version.

The SLS Brighton is coming soon.

The Tau Zero is close. (Jay... the painting steps are tough!)
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Old 09-28-2008, 10:00 AM
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Cool! I have my original Estes Orbital Transport (still "in-the-bag" but opened) waiting to be
built, but heck, Carl, I got so many build projects that I'm really backed up here!!
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Old 09-28-2008, 10:01 AM
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Didn't see that one coming! Carl, did you forget to mention the Xkit Nighthawk? I didn't see it until after I placed my order for the OT. I'll grab one with my next order.
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Old 09-28-2008, 03:44 PM
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The new Orbital Transport is online. We will announce it to everyone later today. There are only 40 serialized copies this time.

The Golden Scout is back as a non-"Sky of Gold" version.

The SLS Brighton is coming soon.

The Tau Zero is close. (Jay... the painting steps are tough!)


Darn it, Carl!

I just got my paycheck!

Expect an order soon.

Bob
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Old 09-28-2008, 06:01 PM
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Nice! I ordered the parts a few months ago. Wish I had seen this coming! This should be a popular seller. This one's an all time favorite for me.
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Looks like you updated the cone list too? I see quite a few that weren't there the other day.
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Old 09-28-2008, 06:46 PM
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The Tau Zero is close. (Jay... the painting steps are tough!)
Carl,

Yes, they are! Do you need any kind of help? Let me know.


Cheers,
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Old 09-28-2008, 06:53 PM
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Wink New "upscaled" nose cones for ST-10 tubes

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Looks like you updated the cone list too? I see quite a few that weren't there the other day.
Craig,

(innocent look) No, I have *no* idea where the BC-1022, 1031, and 1041G came from. Except that they're 137% upscales of Semroc's BC-715, BC-723P, and BC-730P (also known as Centuri PNC-70, -73, and -76).


*What?!?* --Why are you looking at *me?*


(giggling) BC-1041G. "G." *That's* funny.


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Old 09-28-2008, 07:11 PM
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Craig,

(innocent look) No, I have *no* idea where the BC-1022, 1031, and 1041G came from. Except that they're 137% upscales of Semroc's BC-715, BC-723P, and BC-730P (also known as Centuri PNC-70, -73, and -76).


*What?!?* --Why are you looking at *me?*


(giggling) BC-1041G. "G." *That's* funny.


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haha....I wasn't sure exactly what was new, but the list looked a lot longer. I was actually looking at the PNC55PT Pershing II cone. I submitted the rocsim file to Carl moons ago, but it's cool to see it listed now. Main reason I didn't push too hard for it was the fact it needs a fair amount of noseweight towards the tip for stability. Much easier to implement with a paper shroud design. I received other feedback from friends suggesting it should be slightly larger....like BT60 size.
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Ordered mine ... Oh, and a Nighthawk too. And a V-2. And ... and ...
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