August 17th, 2019 - SMT Designs will be traveling to attend the SodBlaster rocket launch from August 29th to September 3rd with TCR in Pasco, WA. We can be reached by phone or email during that time, but we will not be able to manfacture or ship products during those times. Thank you for your understanding!
July 13th, 2019 - SMT Designs announces the availability of a platform that supports the Marsa33LHD and a carrier that supports the Marsa Systems MrfBridge, MrfPyro and MrfGyro devices. The carrier can be used to mount the devices in SMT Designs' Hybrid Bay products or standalone in a traditional bay.
July 12th, 2019 - SMT Designs announces the availability of a Field Case for the MissileWorks LCD display module that is used with the RRC3 flight computer.
July 11th, 2019 - SMT Designs announces the availability of a complete line of 54mm, 65mm and 75mm Bays. They are currently available in the Hybrid Bay formats.
Also, a Special Projects category has been added to make custom designs available to requesting customers and to spark new ideas in bay design.
May 24th, 2019 - SMT Designs is pleased to announce the availabilty of the 54mm Hybrid Bay. It comes in dual deploy and redundant dual deploy versions. It supports two modular slots for battery and altimeters carriers.
May 23rd, 2019 - SMT Designs is retiring some older bay parts (38mm and 54mm deployment bays) and will be releasing improved modular bay parts soon. The older parts will no longer be available from the store. If you need a replacement part for the older bay parts, please contact us and we will get you the parts.
Thank you for your patience in this transition!
Here you will find a variety of innovative rocketry products. They are based on years of experience in the field of electronics, rocketry, science and the advent of 3d printing.
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The mainstream product line is a series of 3D printed parts for creating electronic bays for rockets from 38mm and up. The products consist of modular parts that attach together in a sequence you define. They handle custom, single, dual, and redundant deployment (L3) designs. They also allow for re-configuration, re-use, and even easier field upgrades. Two great places to start would be Electronics Bay Design - Putting It All Together and Diagrams, How To's & Concepts. Of note, there are several products that can be used in more traditional electronic bay designs and they can be found in General Rocket Components.
I would ask you to please read about 3D printed products. Also, if you have specific requirements and you don't see exactly what you need here, contact us and let's talk about solutions for your project.
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