Originally Posted by OhioMike
Are you useing some software for the design of these or by hand? They look great!
Thanks! I'm using Illustrator CS4 for the artwork, but nothing tricky for the structure, just math (diameter x Pi = circumference) and the shroud and template calculator at: New Century Rocketry - Shroud Calculator and Template Generator
The hardest part has been separating all the modifications in the different models. I've learned a lot about the Titan family I didn't know before, such as there are 4 variants of what is called the Titan IIIb: the Titan IIIb, the 23B (same, with different engines), the 24B (23b engines + stretched first stage) and the 34B (24B with bigger faring). There are other differences I'm sure, but those are the major visual differences. Also, I had just assumed the Titan III's were stock Titan II's with extra stages, they are not. They were modified and built expressly as Titan III's.