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Solid propellant rocket motor and method of making same

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4000682.

1. A method of making a solid propellant rocket motor having a shaped fuel charge which comprises the steps of: forming a one piece motor casing having an aperture therein, assembling within said one piece casing a mandrel having an overall diameter larger than the diameter of said aperture, casting a solidifiable propellant within said casing above said mandrel, curing said propellant and thereafter removing said mandrel from said motor.

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