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5 Yards to SUL, Part 3 - Tarp - Catenary Curve
Jay, Here is a spreadsheet for computing catenary curves. (repost from August MYOG) It's pretty user friendly as is. It could be modified to allow user defined increments rather than th...

In Editor's Roundtable » Make Your Own Gear: 5 Yards to SUL, Part 3 - Tarp
December 13, 10:14am

Re: how to glue nylon webbing?
Are you trying to butt two ends together? Try melting both ends and butting them together. It works and is surprisingly sturdy. Practice on some scrap first and work quickly!

In Make Your Own Gear » how to glue nylon webbing?
December 13, 9:50am

wind mitts
There is a fleece mitten pattern at Thru-Hiker that could be used for wind mitts. See the 'workshop' page at thru-hiker.com. Would love to see a picture here when you're finished! Good luck.

In Make Your Own Gear » Wind Mitts - pattern and material?
November 30, 3:16pm

2D Sandra
I heard she thought you are kind acute, even if your humor is a bit obtuse. If you would get to the point, quit being so two dimensional and give her a sine, she won’t think you’re a square, w...

In Make Your Own Gear » half pyramid - any math whizzes out there
August 31, 1:33pm

half pyramid spreadsheet
Dwight, Here is another spreadsheet. Drawing is of fabric layed out flat (2 dimensional). I'll email you a copy of the spreadsheet. -Lance

In Make Your Own Gear » half pyramid - any math whizzes out there
August 29, 11:17pm

Re: DIY Caternary curves ?
You can also use an Excel spreadsheet to calculate the deflection between the straight ridgeline and the catenary curve. Easy and accurate. Plot it onto your fabric, connect the dots and cut. I ...

In Make Your Own Gear » DIY Caternary curves ?
August 16, 6:54pm

Re: Soldering gun for cutting fabric
I've used a Weller pistol grip 140 watt soldering gun with a cutting tip on silnylon, no-see-um netting, 1.4 oz ripstop and 220 denier nylon. It works well but is slow, expecially if you're cuttin...

In Make Your Own Gear » Soldering gun for cutting fabric
August 16, 4:11pm

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