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Posted on Thu Jun 30, 2011 12:09 pm
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Some of the more... Ridiculously Picky members (when it comes to choice) out there... Will be pleased to note that I have added kodiak's mandrels to the list.

Select them as "Charlie's Chaincraft Mandrels".
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Posted on Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:32 pm
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sakredchao wrote:
Daemon_Lotos wrote:
Some of the more... Ridiculously Picky members (when it comes to choice) out there... Will be pleased to note that I have added kodiak's mandrels to the list.

Select them as "Charlie's Chaincraft Mandrels".
Note: This will assume "High" accuracy.


i am pregnant with your child.

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Also... what the hell do you mean "ridiculously picky"?


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I am completely confused and i exceled in math but gauges to IDs to ARs back to mm..... I cant convert that many times at once Sad

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knot_links wrote:
I am completely confused and i exceled in math but gauges to IDs to ARs back to mm..... I cant convert that many times at once Sad


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Select the ring system you use in your MyMAIL, then hover over any AR in the Weaves Library, and it'll show you what rings to use!


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What do we do if we find an error with the sizes listed in the nice little ring size pop-up?

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What do we do if we find an error with the sizes listed in the nice little ring size pop-up?


As with any other error, sharing it with me is a good start Smile


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Daemon_Lotos wrote:
sugarnspike613 wrote:
What do we do if we find an error with the sizes listed in the nice little ring size pop-up?


As with any other error, sharing it with me is a good start Smile

I wasn't sure what the best place to share was.

I noticed with Shenanigans that the recommended ARs are too small. They've gotta be more like 6.0 and 4.0 I think, Or 6.1 and 3.9 like Dragonscale has listed? The small ring has to fit inside the large one. I tried it with 4.0 and 3.0 like what's listed, and it doesn't work at all

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If the same wire diameter is used for both ring sizes, a minimum 2.0 difference in AR would be required.


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If the same wire diameter is used for both ring sizes, a minimum 2.0 difference in AR would be required.

That makes sense. But would it work with 3.0 and 5.0? Or is there something specific about the way 4.0 and 6.0~ish interact?

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It might work, I've never tried it. I put 4.0 and 6.0 for ideal though, because it's at least far better than something that doesn't work at all. Something with smaller ARs would probably be better. If anyone wants to make some samples and share their results they can.

Thanks for pointing this out to us, sugarnspike613.


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Posted on Tue Nov 04, 2014 7:08 pm
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i tried 16swg 3/16" and 5\16" around ar 3 and 5 before for shinanigans and if memory serves it was too tight. zero flexibility in the first segment was the first issue but then the second segment just collided over the first.

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