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Knotblog: All About Knots: Selecting a Strong Hitch for Spectra ...
Selecting a Strong Hitch for Spectra/Dyneema Rope. The Problem A knotting correspondent and acquaintance of mine has inquired about a suitable knot for ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots: Selecting a Strong Hitch for Spectra ...
Allaboutknots.com has not investigated the problems of tying hitches to attach a rope to a ring, nor to using a high-performance artificial fiber such as ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots: Selecting a Strong Hitch for Spectra ...
According to Wikipedia, “Dyneema® is a registered trademark of Royal DSM NV (The Netherlands)” and “Spectra is the brand name of the chemically identical ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots: Selecting a Strong Hitch for Spectra ...
Part of the problem of Dyneema is that like all high tech ropes, it does not easily tolerate severe curves. Knotting reduces its strength more than other ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots: The Curious Case of the Constrictor Knot
Stuart E. Grainger, in Creative Ropecraft (1975), describes it in detail, compares it with a strangle knot, and suggests several ways to vary its structure ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots: Selecting a Strong Hitch for Spectra ...
Allaboutknots.com has not investigated the problems of tying hitches to attach a rope to a ring, nor to using a high-performance artificial fiber such as ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots: The English Diamond Knot
I learned to tie the English Diamond Knot from J. M. Drew’s description and ... Diamond Knot, Two-Strand Diamond Knot, and Bosun's Whistle Knot. ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots
Dec 29, 2005 ... The blog about knots, knot tying, knot safety, knot research, and knot ... Diamond Knot, Two-Strand Diamond Knot, and Bosun's Whistle Knot. ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots: The Curious Case of the Constrictor Knot
The Constrictor Knot, little known until recently, has a curious history, which illustrate several aspects of knots and knot lore. ...
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Knotblog: All About Knots: Selecting a Strong Hitch for Spectra ...
Selecting a Strong Hitch for Spectra/Dyneema Rope. The Problem A knotting correspondent and acquaintance of mine has inquired about a suitable knot for ...
 
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