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Frequently Asked Questions

    Inside the pages of our FAQs you will find answers to the most common questions about the materials we use, how the systems and components work, tips on construction and finishing, and much more. PLEASE refer to these documents before sending a question to our tech support. 

    Nearly everyone who asks a tech question and is referred back to the FAQ for the answer from our Tech Support says, "Wow...I never expected that kind of detail to be in an FAQ", so please DO look in the FAQ before sending a question. About 90% of the time your answer will be covered there in detail.

    We have broken down our Complete FAQ document into "Mini-FAQs" that contain information pertinent only to the component or system in question. For example, if you have a question about nosecones, you will likely find the answer in the PML Nosecones FAQ. The Mini-FAQs are available on the page that covers that system in the webstore. For example, you'll find a link to click on to see the PML Nosecones FAQ on the Nosecones page of the webstore.

    All the Mini-FAQs have been rolled together into one master document called the PML Complete FAQ. We have done this as some customers prefer to have the whole thing in one place for easy reference or to print and read at their leisure. It also has a very handy "clickable" Table of Contents on the left-hand side you can use to quickly find and go to the information you need in the document. We recommend the Complete FAQ as the best single way to get the information.

    Public Missiles' FAQ document is made available to you in the Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (.pdf). We make them available to you in this format because the document can be viewed or printed either online or offline, using your monitor and your printer, regardless of the type of computer or operating system you use. Prefer to download and view the FAQs offline? Simple. Right click a link and choose to save the link as a file on your hard drive. You will still need Adobe Reader to read it offline; use the link below to get the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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    Click here to view the PML Complete FAQ (344Kb), all the Mini-FAQs in one document, with a "clickable" Table of Contents 

    Below are all of the Mini-FAQs for your convenience should you want them individually. Each Mini-FAQ is also available on it's respective page in the webstore.

    Click here to view the PML Adhesives FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Airframes FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Centering Rings and Bulkplates FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Close Proximity Recovery (CPR) FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Custom Work FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Electronics FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML G10 Fins FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML General Assembly and Painting/Finishing FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML General Information FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Hardware FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Hybrid FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Igniters FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Motor Mounts FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Nosecones FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Recovery Components FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML RockSim FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Specs Page FAQ.

    Click here to view the PML Staging FAQ.

    Below is a "white paper" by Robert Briody of G-Wiz Partners (makers of the PML AccuFire Staging Timer) on the current consumption of various igniters.

    Click here to view the Igniters White Paper by G-Wiz.

     

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