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1/4" is the smallest I ever did. I imagine you may need to use a finer tooth blade and have a lot of patience. I never tried it. If you do, let me know how it turns out!
Can this method be used for making very thin dowels like 1/16". I can't find any of that size in anything besides Birch.
Thank you, I really do use it a lot.
Where can I get the 3mm coupler? I have looked at all our hardware/home improvement places and nothing.
very nice great idear
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Typically, the noodles I use are pretty straight (Maybe it depends on the manufacturer?) If it has been stored in an awkward position it may develop a "memory" and be curved. If that happens i will flex it the opposite direction of the curve until it straightens out. I may need to over flex it a little to remove the "memory" in the foam. There can be a little distortion and it will work fine. Good luck!
If anyone is looking for a great rocket design, here it is. This rocket will Backglide, which is really important. It is safer, and your rocket doesn't get trashed. Who wants to build a great rocket and watch it destroy itself headfirst into the ground? This addition of the noodle will also improve stability. The authors method of attaching the noodle is very solid as well.One question, how do you deal with the natural curve of the noodle? Katou
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