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Merlin 1C

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1/12 Scale Rocket Engines
About This Project

History

The Merlin 1C engine is a liquid-fueled rocket engine developed by SpaceX corp. It features a regeneratively

cooled nozzle and combustion chamber, uses liquid oxygen and RP-1 as rocket propellants in a gas-generator

power cycle. Propellants are fed via a single shaft, dual impeller turbopump. The turbopump also provides

high-pressure fluid for the hydraulic actuators. It was tested successfully with a full mission duty on November 2007.

A variant of the Merlin 1C saw it’s maiden flight in August 2008 powering the third Falcon 1 that was

unsuccessful. In September 2008 powered Falcon 1 on it’s fourth flight and became the first privately-developed

liquid-fueled rocket to successfully reach orbit. Nine Merlin 1C rocket engines power the first stage in Falcon 9

that saw its maiden flight in June 2010.

Specifications:

Thrust: 94,000 lbf,  Dry weight: 1,380 pounds (630 kg)

Item Description

Full SLA (Stereolithography) 3dprinted scale model kit with very high detail.

Includes detailed assembly instructions booklet also available as a PDF download.

Dimensions of finished model:

Height: 271mm

Width/Length: 122x122mm

 

Important!

This is a fully 3Dprinted model kit, parts requires cleaning of the model support, assembly painting and finishing.

 

Shipping

Item is super well packaged guaranteeing no damage during transportation.

If you have any questions or want to say hello feel free to contact me!