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The homemade chlorate and perchlorate project

Posted by mx5kevin in mx5kevin's Blog, 12 April 2022 - - - - - - · 580 views
kclo3, kclo4, potassium chlorate and 6 more...

The homemade chlorate and perchlorate project
The video from the process:

or https://www.bitchute...o/JsRryZQmK3Rv/   or https://odysee.com/@...-electrolysis:8
KClO3 Vs KClO4...



Posted by mikev in mikev's Blog, 26 March 2021 - - - - - - · 702 views
Salutes, Ratios, mistures

I am interested in using some leftover materials that just so happen to be perfect for salutes!  
I would normally use just a simple 70/30 ratio of Potassium Perchlorate to Al powder, however, I have some extra materials I would like to incorporate into the mix so they are not sitting around anymore....
Potassium Perchlor...


Pressing strobe rockets

Posted by Wickedpyro in Wickedpyro's Blog, 12 February 2021 - - - - - - · 630 views
Strobe rockets

Hello fellow pyros Im seeking some advice on pressing strobe rockets...as far as increments an how long spindle that I use needs to be thanks for your help


Decentralized pyrotechnic sites on zeronet

Posted by bugmenot1 in Decentralized pyrotechnic sites on zeronet, 03 October 2020 - - - - - - · 900 views

With firework tutorials, file and video sharing options, and users can create their uncensored third party free P2P based websites. For making homemade fireworks like a professional all major how to tutorial, safety tips, composition collection can be found on the network. And lot of deleted from Youtube and etc video tutorials. Setting up behind TOR...


Flying fountain(Uron Tubri)

Posted by BengaliFireworks in BengaliFireworks' Blog, 22 September 2020 - - - - - - · 519 views

Flying Fountain -Uron Tubri (local name)


Launch of 1kg sugar rocket - 1km flight

Posted by priitserk in Building high power sugar rocket, 04 April 2020 - - - - - - · 521 views

New design, new body, a bit advanced fuel.  
Turn up the volume!!! 
slight issues with the start that I have to figure out - but could not be happier - almost everything worked. By gps, 1km distance was travelled. 
Next test - will improve launch platform and will use slightly smaller diameter stainless st...


Ball milling clumping

Posted by WillowPineAndBoom in WillowPineAndBoom's Blog, 21 August 2019 - - - - - - · 288 views

Hallo to all pyros again! i have a problem with the ball mill! when the metal starts to be fine it sticks to barrel and i don't have any further grinding efficient! Is anyone there that know what it could be? I don't have humidity here especially now at summer! please help guys because i become crazy with this thing! + the barrel is from pvc not rubber an...


Rockets and Smartphones

Posted by nils in Nils' Sugar Rocketry, 15 April 2019 - - - - - - · 478 views

Once I wanted to record onboard video of my rocket flight. I had Sony Xperia Go smartphone which I didn't use anymore because it was outdated. It's video recording was still quite OK, so I decided to use it as video camera.
I was a beginner and for several reasons the flight failed. But I still got some video:


Homegrown Oxidizers

Posted by WSM in WSM's Blog, 07 May 2017 - * * * * * · 1,531 views

Homegrown Oxidizers Part Thirteen
As we continued our cell preparations by filling the titanium tubes spot-welded to our electrodes, we encountered a major setback. The thin-wall titanium tubing was seriously compromised by the spot welding process and leaked out some of the lead-free solder through the spot welds as we were trying to fill th...


Large MDF Formers

Posted by marks265 in Pyro Musings for Thought, 04 February 2017 - - - - - - · 801 views

Large Case Formers!
Do you really want one? Well, if you do and don't have a big lathe maybe these ideas can help you. I had a smaller cheapy lathe that I bought from a big box store. They don't sell them anymore and I burned mine up trying to make a former that is larger than an 8 inch'er. I contemplated what to do about this and I came up with a...


Small Fire Crackers that give a Big Bang

Posted by PyroRob in PyroRob's Blog, 09 January 2017 - - - - - - · 902 views

     I am always trying to find a safe inexpensive ways to improve  my fireworks. Last 4 th. of July I came up with nice replacement for fire cracker tubes which can also be used as reports in a mortar shell. I had ran out of tubes and forgot to order more in time for the 4th.  I decided to run to Menards to get some hdpe pipe to...


magnesium coating parlon

Posted by Askenaz in Askenaz's Blog, 14 October 2016 - - - - - - · 545 views
magnesium, coating, parlon and 1 more...

I read here that PARLON works well coated magnesium, I'm doing blue stars with ammonium perchlorate and have used magnesium coated with potassium dichromate, but I want to try PARLON, but still do not know if the procedure is the same Like with dichromate or change quantities, porfabor if someone knows how PARLON add a kilo of magnesium I would greatly ap...


anyone knows how do nitrocellulose blue flame?

Posted by Askenaz in Askenaz's Blog, 09 October 2016 - - - - - - · 720 views

In recent days I have treaty making based on nitrocellulose of blue llama, free (AP),
 I have added copper oxide, copper sulfate, but no colour, if someone knows thank the contribution.


Correct core dia formula

Posted by Redrocketman in Redrocketman's Blog, 20 June 2016 - * * * * * · 663 views

When casting a cored r candy motor, is there a basic formula to determine core diameter. I believe core should be 1/3rd of the I/D of the grain / motor? Correct?  
So if I was to cast my regular weekend blazer ( simple 400mm X 45mm nozzle-less ) I can figure out core diameter no problem, but is the a maximum allowable limit to how far into the motor,...


Intro to SCP things.

Posted by Arc in SCP, WW2., 14 April 2016 - - - - - - · 725 views

Intro to SCP things. I will start this off with the basic things about the SCP Foundation, there are theres a good handfull of things to the SCP universe. SCP is supossebly a 'Fictional' orginazation of the paranormal and dangerous Anomolies. Some SCP's are interesting A LOT of them can easily kill a man, and some are just plain... creepy? o.o. I can give some examples on wha...


Tailing bombettes and other items

Posted by spitfire in spitfire's Blog, 22 September 2014 - * * * * * · 1,398 views

What is a bombette in the first place? Simply a tube shot from a small mortar, like we see in commercial cakes linked together to shoot 12, 19, 30 shots one after one. Each shot tube contains a slightly smaller tube containing a clay plug holding the delay fuse, stars and flash burst. When they are fired we see a colored rising tail. Red, green, gold, gli...


Booster charge or two stage charge for getting a shell into the air

Posted by JHCBlue in Boost Charge, 14 March 2014 - - - - - - · 1,250 views
Shell, booster, charge and 2 more...

I've been working off of a supply of real black powder and using the one ounce per pound formula for decent altitude.  I'm going to run out of the real stuff soon, and am testing my black powder quality and production process to see what adjustments need to be made to get my shells into the air.  One thought was to have a two stage boost, one to...


3 lb rocket Ti tail , 4 inch cylinder , with glitter comets and reports

Posted by mkn in mkn's Blog, 04 March 2014 - - - - - - · 1,169 views

Hi all,
Here is a 3 lb rocket with Ti tail, the 4 " cylinder has 3/4 " glitter comets and timed reports( the timing was not  great) I also put a bottom shot on that must have had a seal problem, because it burst during the shell burst( you can see it in slow motion view, and hear it in the video as almost a double burst.)
overall , home made t...


My entry into pyro world begins

Posted by pyrodoc in pyrodoc's Blog, 28 February 2014 - * * * * * · 1,310 views

As a beginner first batch of chemicals has arrived. I will keep updating the blog as and when things arrive and i make something.
1. Salt peter
2. Barium Nitrate
3. Strontium nitrate
4. Bentonite powder.
Now, waiting for Sulphur, Charcoal (airfloat and 80 mesh), Titanium powder, Acetone, Ethanol, Shellac.
Still, struggling...


Beautiful day to cook some wood.

Posted by Bobosan in Bobosan's Blog, 28 March 2013 - - - - - - · 5,939 views

Looks like I'll try this blog thing out.  

It was a gorgeous day so decided to cook some Paulownia using the old retort method with kettle grill and briquets. I wanted a fresh batch of external heat retort cooking of Paulownia charcoal for burn speed testing vs. Paulownia cooked with the TLUD method.  TLUD will cook any size or shape of wood but maybe...

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