I have had this rubber band launched rocket for as long as I can remember... at least 35 years. Unlike today's toys, aside from the occasional rubber band replacements, this thing has stood the test of time! I thought I would share this piece of nostalgia with all of you.
You can, of course, print your rocket in whatever color scheme you like, but the original was molded in red and white, as shown in the illustrations. The completed rocket is 245mm tall, including the grip. The main body itself is 195mm tall. What with the additions I've added to my Tevo Tarantula, I only have 170mm available on the Z axis. For this reason, I have provided two versions of the main rocket body. I highly suggest that you use the _1piece model if at all possible. If, like me, though, you can't, you can print the _upper and _lower halves and glue them together.
ADDITIONAL PARTS NEEDED
You will need a few non-printed items to finish your model:
I have no idea why, in the photo, the printed model looks bigger than the (red/white) original. They are both the exact same size...
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