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About Me Been playing outside all my life, alot of scouting during my teens (and counting) and now going lighter. Automation&electrotechnic engineer by profession, with steadily increasing dreams of myog.

Also do alot of sports, namely martial arts, running, hobby climbing.

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Re: Using knots instead of line-locs
Could you attach a picture of this configuration. Sound good, but I have a hard time visualizing it as I just ate lunch and am kind of slow. Thanks!

In Make Your Own Gear » Question about movable line-locs on tarp tie outs
May 16, 3:13am

60/40 yes no
I did it on my first pack, and my second. I do not think it matters That much. As for the previous post, I have not had any problems with rubbing and the load is still transferred to the carry ...

In Make Your Own Gear » shoulder strap attachment
June 08, 5:10am

I love these scientific articles, unlike gear reviews - which we just concluded needs to be updated every season. These really live on forever. Every now and then you come across a link to an old a...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Myth of Pressure Regulators
June 07, 3:48am

Re: tent questions
Hi. I've just completed my mid and "planning" on making a write up on it, just need to book some time with the type-writer. I also used the mentioned myog pyramid article, but also ...

In Make Your Own Gear » tent questions
May 23, 11:59pm

Re: Re: Cuben pack construction ?s
+1 on VX07. Have made on small and one big pack out of it and I have had no problems at all with durability. Think it strikes a very good balance! On cuben fiber. I'm kind of skeptic about i...

In Make Your Own Gear » Cuben pack construction ?s
May 15, 3:15am

I thought about the same thing a while ago, and posted about it in a similar thread. You're not the first one that redo threads, the search function isn't always brilliant. On the bivy-l...

In Make Your Own Gear » Bivvy bag as a pack bag
May 09, 2:44am

My thoughts
I think Chris Muthig had a lot of good points, especially about which part is actually hard, putting it all together in the right order. I don't get a bad conscience about "copying" o...

In Make Your Own Gear » Pattern Repository?
May 09, 1:57am

Nice one, I'd love to make a winter anorak at some point too. Q: What kind of seams did you use? I guess the body is quite straight-forward, how about the hood? How was the sizing and gettin...

In Make Your Own Gear » event anorak -- pics
May 08, 3:54am

Re: Inside or out?
Don't have the pack next to me right now. But I remember doing all inside seams first then the outside at the most stressed and exposed seams. I did it just as much for strength as for waterpro...

In Make Your Own Gear » seam sealing xpac?
May 08, 3:48am

Great job. Pretty courageous to go for a quilt right of the start, kudos. Some myog projects do tend to drag out on time, but it's well worth it. :) Supernice.

In Make Your Own Gear » First MYOG project - longitudinal baffles quilt
May 07, 6:09am

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