Endo is an alternating version of Velo, where every unit is constructed 180 degrees opposite the one prior to it. It is still closely related to Hour Glass Unit. It may also share some characteristics with Power Line.
As with Velo, the weave can be made successfully in 1 AR, but can be easier to weave if using 2 ARs.
The weave is called Endo because it resembles bicycles going end over end (if you ride, you are familiar with an endo).
The weave sample shown was constructed from 16g SWG (1.6mm) 3/8" (10.01mm) copper from TRL, AR 6.3, but the weave itself can be constructed using rings down to an AR of around 5.2 (i.e., 16g SWG (1.6mm) 5/16" (8.18mm)).
Again like Velo, I've been able to construct Endo in many combinations of 2 ARs: all SWG: 18g 1/4 and 18g 3/16, where the vertical rings were the 3/16 rings; 16g 5/16 and 16g 1/4, where the vertical rings were the 5/16 rings; 18g 5/16 and 18g 1/4, etc.
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