Fig. 22: Diagram to determine the dimensions of large rocket molds from smaller ones.
Fig. 23: Rocket mold.
Fig. 24: Mold for cracker fireworks.
Fig. 25: Wooden driver to make paper and canvas rocket cases.
Fig. 26: Driver for charging rockets.
Fig. 27: Driver for charging rockets over a base fit with a needle.
Fig. 28: Driver to work with that in figure 27 to complete charging a rocket over a base fit with a needle.
Fig. 29: Belt to gird someone choking a rocket case.
Fig. 30: Hook on a screw to secure to a fixed object.
Fig. 31: Manner of choking a rocket case with a cord tied to the belt and hook from figures 29 and 30.
Fig. 32: The cord.
Fig. 33: Bit for correcting a too-tightly choked rocket case.
Fig. 39: Wooden mallet.
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Siemienowicz, Kazimierz. “Plate E: Rocket and Cracker Molds; Instruments for Charging Rocket Cases; Tools and Techniques for Choking Rocket Cases.” In Artis Magnae Artilleriae. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Jan Jansson, 1650. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/tm70mv21t.
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Plate E: Rocket and cracker molds; instruments for charging rocket cases; tools and techniques for choking rocket cases
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