About Me: I’ve been flying RC for more than 35 years, and flying rockets for more than 45. I’m NAR level 2 certified and have been an instructor for RC at my local club. About 15 years ago I started designing my own depron profile parkjets and publishing plans on rcgroups. Since then, I’ve designed, built and flown more than 100 different Rocket boosted glider designs and kitted over 50 of them and designed and shared plans for nearly 50 Pusher parkjet designs. I’ve had articles and pictures published in several rocketry and model aviation magazines.
These kits are cut to order personally by me using 6mm and 9mm depron foam, and include high quality carbon fiber rods, 3m blenderm and velcro tape, railbuttons.com rail buttons and dubro hardware. The designs are quick and simple to build, can launch from a normal rail and nothing is ejected from the model. Simply replace the motor and fly again.
Dynasoar rocketry has kitted more RC rocket glider designs than any other manufacturer in history. We were the first to kit and sell RC rocket gliders of the X-2, X-15, X-20, X-24 and HL-10 lifting bodies, AQM37 Jayhawk, Bomarc Missile, F-106 Delta Dart, F-105 Thunderchief, Mig-25, F-14 Tomcat, F-22 Raptor, Mig 21, V-1 Buzzbomb, Russian Buran Shuttle, Space Shuttle, Orbital Pegasus, Avro Arrow, Jonny Quest Dragonfly III, Klingon Battlecruiser, Battlestar Galactica Colonial Viper, Estes Interceptor, Estes Space Transporter America, Estes Orbital Transport Shuttle, Centuri UFO Invader, Centuri Mach 10, Fireball XL5, Saab J-35, F-102 Delta Dagger, A-12 and YF-12 Interceptor. We were the first to offer a dedicated R/C rocket glider kit using a disk wing design.
I’ve also experimented with using Depron foam to build large built up highpower rockets, if you are interested you can look through this: Narcon 2021 Designing Large Lightweight Highpower Rockets
If you would like to listen to me on a podcast talking about RC rocket gliders and foam rockets listen on Spotify hereNuts-N-Bolts RC podcast #4 Frank Burke
and here is a link for a more in depth interview by Jessie Ulibari for the Model Rocketry Show Podcast: