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  • larolds commented on SAI Peregrinus's instructable Making a Paracord Whip4 months ago
    Making a Paracord Whip

    well that is all right, maybe you would like to help me out. since you have the math figured out I'm trying to add it to an excel sheet so no matter what you'll get the math asap. even if you have 0 bolsters and just plait 2 bellies and 1 overlay or what ever.Do you think that you are up for something like that?

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  • larolds commented on SAI Peregrinus's instructable Making a Paracord Whip4 months ago
    Making a Paracord Whip

    addendum: i figured it out after 12 hours straight looking at it....... thanks though. no ever accused me of being the brightest color in the box.

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  • larolds commented on SAI Peregrinus's instructable Making a Paracord Whip4 months ago
    Making a Paracord Whip

    I have not made it yet but plan on it. I am just having hell understand a specific part "Since we're folding the strands over instead of trying to secure the separate strands to the belly we add the whip length with safety factor in to the 6 shortest strands (3 shortest pairs).168 in + 28 in = 196 in.168 in + 56 in = 224 in.168 in + 84 in = 252 in.The remaining strands are dropping out before the end on both sides, so we add them in pairs, longest with shortest of the remainder.140 in + 112 in = 252 in.The final strands will be as follows:2x 196 in (folded at 168 in), 2x 224 in (folded at 168 in), 2x 252 in (folded at 168 in), 2x 252 in (folded at 140 in)."the part where you say since we're folding the strands over instead of trying to secure the separate stands to the the bel...see more »I have not made it yet but plan on it. I am just having hell understand a specific part "Since we're folding the strands over instead of trying to secure the separate strands to the belly we add the whip length with safety factor in to the 6 shortest strands (3 shortest pairs).168 in + 28 in = 196 in.168 in + 56 in = 224 in.168 in + 84 in = 252 in.The remaining strands are dropping out before the end on both sides, so we add them in pairs, longest with shortest of the remainder.140 in + 112 in = 252 in.The final strands will be as follows:2x 196 in (folded at 168 in), 2x 224 in (folded at 168 in), 2x 252 in (folded at 168 in), 2x 252 in (folded at 140 in)."the part where you say since we're folding the strands over instead of trying to secure the separate stands to the the belly we add the whip length with safety factor into the 6 shortest strands. i'm not sure what this is for and i'm having a hard time figuring it out. i understand these are the shortest "pairs" but why are you adding the whip length and the inches per section to it? and how did you get the final strands? the reason why i'm being very sepcific is because i plan on making more then one in different lengths. other then me not understanding this tutorial is amazing! it is appreciated that you took your time to make this instructables

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