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Posted on Mon Jul 29, 2019 2:21 pm
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Rings from the same batch vart between 7.99 and 8.06 with digital calipers.

The rings are produced in a Swedish spring manufacturing plant. I do not know their mandrel size, but they have been sold for decades here.

The closures are tight in This example, but perhaps distorsions in the plane of the ring could be throwing me off.


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Posted on Mon Jul 29, 2019 3:19 pm
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Karpeth wrote:
The rings are produced in a Swedish spring manufacturing plant. I do not know their mandrel size, but they have been sold for decades here.


That makes a lot of sense to me now. They manufacture them to be as close to 8mm ID on purpose.


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Chainmailbasket_com wrote:
Karpeth wrote:
The rings are produced in a Swedish spring manufacturing plant. I do not know their mandrel size, but they have been sold for decades here.


That makes a lot of sense to me now. They manufacture them to be as close to 8mm ID on purpose.


Exactly.

They produced 6mm, 8mm, and 11mm. There’s new manufakturer in sweden, sellin 6, 8 & 10 to the same specs.


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Full Persian 6 in 1: The article
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Posted on Wed Jul 31, 2019 3:45 pm
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I’m pleased to present my new article on Full Persian 6 in 1:
Full Persian 6 in 1: Composition; Progression; Variants; Modifications; Sheet Expansions. (That’s not the actual name: m.a.i.l. for some reason switches commas to semicolons in article names, once approved.)

I started compiling the information for it back in September. I assembled the last few variants last month. It’s one of my most ambitious articles to date and contains over 60 unique pictures (although many are older pics).

Just for fun:
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As of the publishing of this article, it is the third most favourited weave in the M.A.I.L. library, and has the fifth highest number of associated gallery images with close to 400.


Most favourited:
1. Elfweave - 318
2. Jens Pind Linkage- 297
3. Full Persian 6 in 1 - 294
4. Dragonscale - 286
5. Byzantine- 280
6. 4 Winds - 280
7. Box Chain 4 in 1 - 260

Most associated gallery images:
1. European 4 in 1 - 2870
2. Byzantine - 927
3. European 6 in 1 - 546
4. Half Persian 3 in 1 - 395
5. Full Persian 6 in 1 - 393
6. 2 in 1 Chain - 330
7. Box Chain 4 in 1 - 318


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Posted on Sun Aug 18, 2019 10:55 pm
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(That’s not the actual name: m.a.i.l. for some reason switches commas to semicolons in article names, once approved.)


Remind me about that via txt one day, we can have a good chat about naming conventions.



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Will do. Coif Smiley


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A note of interest to this topic;

I have experimented with trizantine, and my current ”best look” Would be close to the min AR, which I have found to differ from What the library postulates.

What’s listed is AR 5.2.

For me, 5.2 produces bunching. Min AR for the connectors is above that; near 5.5, to avoid bunching.

The trizantine Unit, though, is perfect at 4.0.

(Tested AR: 3.5, 4.0, 4.2, 4.5, 5.0, 5.2, 5.5)


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