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  1. Block size calculations

    So, based on the above formula, if I am using Chucks blocks and ropes I can multiply the rope diameter by 8 and go with the closest available block. For instance if I have a scale rope that is 0.025"D multiplying that by 8 gives me 0.20." my closest choices are 3/16" and 1/4." 1/4" would be easier to rig but 3/16" would probably look better if I have understand this correctly. Sam
  2. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    NNOOOOOO!!!!!!!!! Dont do it!! Do you need an intervention??
  3. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Mark, I wish!!! Considering it is all made of Styrofaom I think it would melt. Sam
  4. All good here, thanks! Not that I have ever felt the need to use it....... Sam
  5. This looks like fun. I almost feel guilty taking a front row seat with as little time available as I have. But, there seems to be plenty of room. Sam

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