Wednesday, 03 September 2008 07:11

September UROC Meeting Featured

This is UROC's first real get-together since HellFire. No doubt there is a lot to talk about. We will be meeting in a different room this month due to scheduling conflicts. You should still go check in with security in the north building and they will direct you to room S1002.

 

You wi’ll want to come to get a full review of how the club did this year with our big launch. We'll have all the numbers, from dollars and cents, to motors used. We'll discuss what you did, and what you didn't like this year.

Randall Redd will be discussing his recent work with ejection baffles. He has built some new designs and will report how they work and what techniques he has found to work best.

 

UROC members Jed Marti and Sean O’Leary (both of ArtisLLC) will be at the meeting to show us the super-high speed video footage that they captured at Hellfire 13. They’ll also talk about what they might want to do to make it more successful.

For those of you that missed it when it aired, we'll have a copy of the KUTV Outdoors feature covering HellFire.

We'll discuss the upcoming September 20th launch and the upcoming UFO Contest.

Bring your stories from HellFire to share with everyone.

See you there, 7:00pm, Monday, September 8th

Salt Lake County Complex, 2001 South State Street, Room S1002

 

 

 

 

 

 

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