beginner weaves 18g 1/8" i.d.
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beginner weaves 18g 1/8" i.d.
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Posted on Sun Jun 06, 2010 3:01 pm
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I give up trying a spiral with an 18g 1/8" i.d. Can simple weaves be suggested to me with this A.R.? I'm a newbie...with olbie eyes....thanks...

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Posted on Sun Jun 06, 2010 3:22 pm
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japanese 3-1 and japanese 4-1

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Posted on Sun Jun 06, 2010 3:23 pm
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is that AWG or SWG?

because that's a 2.6 AR with SWG and 3.1 with AWG


that's without springback, though, so if it's awg and with enough springback you might be able to pull off a single connector byzantine or something like that, if not than euro 4-1, but if SWG a 2x1 chain or a japanese weave is all i can think of

actually, looking through the weaves, a daisy chain could be possible, and if AWG then jens pind linkage 3

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Posted on Mon Jun 07, 2010 5:27 pm
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Also what metal are you using? I have made Interwoven euro4in1 with 1/8" 18awg (19swg) BA rings, and it came out beautiful!


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Posted on Mon Jun 07, 2010 5:51 pm
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ok, assuming 1818 rings that are awg, these should be in the region that is best for Byzantine, if there is some additional springback. In case it's a bit tight, omit one of the paired connector rings, so the weave becomes weavable. In case it's 18SWG, then even with springback you'd be in an AR range that allows only few weaves - besides some Japanese weaves (that best work with a second, larger ring size) you are in 'thin air' if asking for easier beginner weaves.

Please tell us the provider and material (or article #) of your rings - maybe some other mailler bought there as well, and knows them, and can tell their precise data already.

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