From the basic skills such as taking out the core, working with the splicing needle, tapering and milking back to the highly complex splicing of modern high modulus fibre ropes, everything is shown in all detail.
The author, Egmont M. Friedl, produces the splices with his own hands in front of the viewer’s eye and comments on his doing during the splicing process.
You can download and test the first chapter of the app with the basic skills of "Modern Splicing - Step by Step" free of charge.
The instruction videos can then be bought in the app as in-app purchases individually or at a reduced price in bundles chapter by chapter - if you are convinced by this app.
An overview of the individual splices and techniques can be found at the end of this text.
You would like to learn complicated splicing techniques of braided ropes? No problem, with this app you will know exactly how to master all the techniques.
The app initially offers videos on the following basic skills free of charge:
- Taking out the core
- Working with the splicing needle
- Milking back
The app contains a total of 23 individual video instructions with detailed commentary and a total running time of 257 minutes.
In the app there are the following 3 bundles offered at prices between 0,00 € and approx. 6,99 €:
(All individual videos can also be bought seperately at the price of approx. 1.09 € each)
1. Basic skills - what you should be able to do before splicing (all videos free of charge):
Learn the important techniques that are used when splicing modern ropes: how to take out the core, how to work with the splicing needle, how to taper and how to milk back the cover properly.
2. Splicing single braided ropes (without core):
All techniques for single braided Dyneema ropes:
Learn how to splice eyes like a professional, how to make modern loops and soft shackles or how to knot a high-strength modern lashing called transfilage and much more.
3. Splicing of double braided ropes (with core):
All techniques for double braided ropes made of conventional material such as polyester as well as high modulus fibres such as Dyneema, Vectran etc.: Make heavy-duty eye, thimble and end-to-end splices. Also included: Stripping the cover of sheets for weight reduction as well as splicing an additional cover onto sheets and halyards for protection in stoppers and rope jammers.
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- Delius Klasing Verlag
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