If you bought one of the original MicroMacxx® rockets, it came with its own launch pad, launch controller, and igniter holder. If your club has a set of standard launch pads, this pad and controller does not really work well with them. Also, newer MicroMaxx® rockets with clustered engines don’t work at all with the single igniter holders in the original pad.
By Justin Belknap
NAR# 97349 JR
In the following article, I will tell you about my experience with rocketry in my sixth grade class. How I watched the other kids learn about rockets and learned some things as well. How I built and painted a rocket with someone that was not related to me. Last but definitely not least, the look on the other kids faces when the rockets launched on launch day.
William Orvis, LUNAR#309
After building the MicroMaxx Rack rocket couple of years ago, I decided to go in the other direction. C engine rack rockets are pretty standard and D engine racks have also been done, so, it seems like it is time for an E-engine rack rocket. E12-0 engines had just come available and are just the just the ticket for a rack.
Figure 1. The Rack Rocket Fleet: MicroMaxx, 18mm (C-motor), and Maxx (E-motor).