Sunday, July 1, 2018 at 12:00:00 PM The NEW HammerSpace Community Workshop 5200 E. 45th St., Kansas City, MO

Celebrate the 4th of July and build your own pneumatic launch station to send paper rockets soaring hundreds of feet!

The launch station uses an electric valve and pressurized air to launch rockets as high as you choose.

The Mission Control box contains a safety toggle switch, ARM indicator and launch button and provides wired control of the launch platform. This launch platform is built around your very own AC powered 3 gallon air compressor with gauges and regulator for adjusting launch height.

Once filled, the 3 gallon tank can provide many launches before being recharged in about 1 minute from any outlet. Connect an extension cord for unlimited launching!

The paper rockets are easy to make and nearly free if you use junk mail! Launch them many times, as a safe and cheap replacement for fireworks.

Paint and personalize your launch station with decals and you will be the envy of every park outing!

Ok, this class is slightly more expensive than most of our youth classes, but we promise you are going to love this gadget for years to come. This has been a hit at every outdoor event with children for the past 8 years. Don't miss out on this annual build.

Emanuel Cleaver Blvd & 45th Street Click here for event

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