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Friday, 30 June 2017 23:10

LOC Precision

MoonRockets1 300x146LOC PRECISION was acquired by Barry Lynch in 2000 from Ron Schultz of Ohio. Over the next 16 years Barry took LOC to the next level by investing in LOC to do more….fly higher, more affordably and added touches of modern day quality. What Barry has given to LOC, he set industry standards for others to follow. Expanding the company to do more for education, youth and investing in the next generation of HPR flyers. In November 2016 LOC changed hands again, and it was more than a business transaction. It turned into a friendship! For Dave Barber and Jason Turicik of Plymouth Wisconsin it is a dream come true to have the blessing to work with their passions for design every day. Dave and Jason bring experience as previous owners of Yank Enterprises. As young entrepreneurs they had a catalog of over 20 rocket kits before the age of 21.

They bring fresh insight and new ideas. They promise to deliver exciting new selections, but also bring back "Retro" versions of the much loved classics from the good ol' days. They love working close with customers, and are open to phone calls, emails and Facebook feedback. They are happy to discuss custom orders and special requests. Along with traditions they will work to keep the relationships with educators to pass this hobby along to the next generation starting out through school. Very importantly, they value the ability to create and offer kits that are affordable for a Dad to take kids out to a launch. These guys are dedicated to maintain the high quality and service that LOC provided to customers over the last 31 years.

LOC Precision
435A Factory Street
Plymouth, WI 53073

Phone: (920) 892-0557
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Website: www.locprecision.com

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, 29 June 2017 12:08

Smith Optics

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Originating from Sun Valley, Idaho, Smith was founded in 1965 with the invention of the first snow goggle featuring a sealed thermal lens and breathable vent foam. With 50 years of innovation and design experience,

From sand to snow, Smith continues to blend clean style into products tuned for thrilling experiences, while maintaining an inclusive and vibrant personality. To us it is ALL about friends on powder days. The experience is everything. Here’s to one hell of a good time for the next 50 years.

Smith is widely known today as an industry leader that pioneers advanced eyewear and helmets that incorporate dynamic technologies, optimized performance and clean styling to fuel fun beyond walls. Smith seeks to power thrilling experiences in snow, surf, bike, fish and peak performance outdoor adventures with a comprehensive collection that exudes modern style and vibrant personality. To Smith, the experience is everything.  

Smith Optics, Inc.
PO Box 160464
Clearfield, UT 84016

Telephone: 1-888-206-2995
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Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mountain Standard Time.

www.smithoptics.com

 

Thursday, 29 June 2017 10:58

Aerospace Specialty Products

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Aerospace Specialty Products (ASP) specializes in Scale, Educational and Competition Model Rocket Kits as well as everything that goes with them.

ASP's model rocket kits range from introductory kits with the beginner in mind to more advanced models for the experienced builder. Made with top-quality parts, their kits also feature complete and detailed instructions - you'll never wonder "what do I do next"? ASP designs model rocket kits for the modeler who actually wants to build rockets, as opposed to just putting together a prefab kit - our philosophy is that the more you put into a model, the more pride and enjoyment you get out of it!

For the educational customer ASP provides discounted bulk packed model rocket kits, as well as supplying practically anything else you may need to use model rocketry in your classroom. If you're a teacher, scout leader, home schooler, ASP can help you use model rocketry to bring the fun of science to your kids!

ASP also carry a wide variety of model rocket parts and materials for bringing your own designs to life: Industry-standard spiral wound model rocket body tubes, precision turned wood nose cones and transitions, centering rings, launch lugs and much more.

If you're into model rocket competition, Aerospace Speciality Products is your go-to source for ultra-thin and lightweight competition parachutes, thin laser-cut fiberglass fins and other items to help you bring those coveted trophies home!

Aerospace Speciality Products is an officially recommended vendor for the Team America Rocketry Challenge.

Selection, quality, service and knowledge - whether you're just learning about rocketry, or a seasoned rocketeer, Aerospace Speciality Products has something for you.

ASP brings nearly 50 years of model rocketry experience to you! Visit our secure online store for a complete look at our model rocket kits and other products, and safe and easy online ordering. 

 

Aerospace Speciality Products
3060 Camellia Lane
Lake Placid, FL 33852

Phone: (813) 741-0032
Fax: (425) 699-8948

Website: www.asp-rocketry.com

 

Thursday, 01 June 2017 11:23

KEMM Contest Results

The Ken Eva Memorial Meet (KEMM) took place on Saturday, April 22 out at Frank Hunt Field. The weather was very cooperative and there was a fairly good turn out for the competition.

We had some scouts set up launch pads to handle their launches to gain their rocketry badges as well. There were 11 contestants in the competition and some great flights. Matt Goode was the meet champion followed closely by Bruce Bell.

Results for individual events are listed below. The next NAR competition event is Pioneer 2017 and it takes place Saturday, June 3 at Frank Hunt Field as well. 

You can view photos from the launch in the UROC Gallery

 

Ken Eva Memorial Meet 2017 Meet Champions

 

PlaceContestantNAR NumberSectionTotal Points
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 2016
2 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 1524
3 Bell, Sally 85169 523 672
4 Redd, Randall 6333 523 324
5 Snaufer, Mark 29609 523 120
6 Steele, Carrie 78080 523 60
6 Steele, Cassidy 81474 000 60
6 Steele, Katie 80121 000 60
7 Steele, Cody 46810 000 30
7 Stewart, Pearce 101610 000 30
8 Morstadt, Bob 60107 000 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 2400
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 1224
Sections
1 UROC   523 8340
2 IND   0 180

Ken Eva Memorial Meet 2017 Standings

 

Sport Scale

PlaceContestantNumberSectionPrototypeStaticFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 D-Region Tomahawk 570.0 98.0   66800 600
2 Goode, Matt 100903 523 Space Shuttle 470.0 140.0   61000 360
3 Bell, Sally 85169 523 IQSY Tomahawk 460.0 100.0   56000 240
-- Redd, Randall 6333 523 Jupiter 535.0 0.0   0 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 Sandhawk 600.0 100.0   70000 600
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 D-Region Tomahawk 530.0 100.0   63000 360

 

C Egg Lofting Altitude

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 185   185 540
2 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 182   182 324
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 381   381 540
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 88   88 324

 

A Helicopter Duration

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 62   62 600
2 Bell, Sally 85169 523 31   31 360
3 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 28   28 240
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 48   48 600
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 20   20 360

 

1/2A Streamer Duration Multiround

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2Flight 3Flight 4TotalPoints
C Division
1 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 36 24 32   92 360
2 Goode, Matt 100903 523 32 33     65 216
3 Redd, Randall 6333 523 50       50 144
4 Bell, Sally 85169 523 28       28 72
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 52       52 360
-- Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 SEP       0 0

 

Random Duration (90 sec)

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 2.2% (88 s)   22 300
2 Redd, Randall 6333 523 12.2% (101 s)   122 180
3 Snaufer, Mark 29609 523 46.7% (48 s)   467 120
4 Steele, Carrie 78080 523 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
4 Steele, Cassidy 81474 000 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
4 Steele, Katie 80121 000 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
5 Steele, Cody 46810 000 77.8% (20 s)   778 30
6 Stewart, Pearce 101610 000 87.8% (11 s)   878 30
-- Bell, Bruce 20636 523 DQ   0 0
-- Morstadt, Bob 60107 000 DQ   0 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 CAT 67.8% (29 s) 678 300
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 CAT 78.9% (19 s) 789 180

 

Monday, 22 May 2017 22:11

May Launch 2017 Recap

UROC's May launch was held as a two-day event on Saturday, May 20th and Sunday, May 21st. We had a good showing of UROC members as well as some new members. A small group of members camped out Friday night and Clair and Maureen Mills brought the trailer out Friday night as well. As a result, after a pretty cold night, the range began to be set up early on Saturday. The range was in place and ready to fly by about 9:15 am. A safety meeting was held where Neal Baker (club president) and Jim Yehle (Tripoli Prefect) provided information about the launch rules and other safety concerns. Weather was very good on Saturday, temperatures were in the high 60s and winds were surprisingly low all day. With the exception of a few late afternoon bursts the wind was as tame as any of us have seen out there. Flights continued until around 5:00pm on Saturday.

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Attendance was very good for this launch with close to 85 - 95 people in attendance at the high point on Saturday.  Throughout Saturday there were just around 70 seperate flights and about 13 on Sunday. There were a mix of L1 through L3 certification attempts (17 with TRA and NAR combined)  

Many of the cert flights were succesful including veteran UROC member Kirk Weaver who re-certified both Level 1 and Level 2 this weekend.  Another highlight of this launch was Gene Hendrix's succesful TRA Level 3 flight on an M2500.  It was very evident after the launch on Saturday that the vegetation conditions on site already are not going to permit a June/July launch at the Frank Hunt Field due to the extreme fire hazard.

Overall this was a very succesful launch, the night launch did not occur as most folks went back to town in the evening, but the time shared after the launch for those who did stay out into the evening was enjoyable.new friendships were made and old ones strengthened.

It rained during Saturday night and into Sunday morning but it died off by around 9 and the range was able to be activated and a little over a dozen flights were flown including a perfect flight for Ron Blosch's newest creation on a J800. We had some great help and support with clean up on Sunday and the launch was finished by 1:00pm, just prior to the next storm that rolled through.

Thanks to everyone that helped with setting up, fire control, tear down, range duty, and just being great members of UROC.  Make sure to check out the UROC Group on Facebook and UROC's own Gallery for shared photos

 

We received a note from Rod Adams (James' dad) letting us know that James moved on from this life the morning of Friday, March 31st at his home in North Ogden, Utah at the age of 25. Many of you will know James from his time with UROC. He always enjoyed HellFire and had some great projects to share with us. It was very clear to all of us that James had a passion for science, discovery, and learning. His family has written a very nice tribute to James and a link is provided below so you can read it.   All of us at UROC would like to express our deepest condolences to James' family.

Tribute to James Adams

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