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Some recent fully custom extensions, these were 24in long and a beast to manage!
look great as usual ! sleeve is mdpc ?
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Originally Posted by em ht View Post

look great as usual ! sleeve is mdpc ?

always mdpc
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post #7443 of 14275
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Originally Posted by Lutro0 View Post

Some recent fully custom extensions, these were 24in long and a beast to manage!
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nice work there that pic is a nice one

im almost finished the li-raw
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cant wait till im finished moving so i can go back to getting jobs done faster smile.gifbiggrin.gif
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post #7444 of 14275
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Originally Posted by kyismaster View Post

always mdpc
Why are you so sure ? I used/buy some non MDPC ! In quality is equal with, density, strands, shining, melt point....and even cheaper !
post #7445 of 14275
Well I did my first sleeving today. Fan wires in paracord. Looks ok but my old hands hurt like heck. So, are there any good guides out there??
post #7446 of 14275
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Originally Posted by em ht View Post

Why are you so sure ? I used/buy some non MDPC ! In quality is equal with, density, strands, shining, melt point....and even cheaper !
the strands and density are not the same. It may seem that way but mdpc is the only one who uses 3strands. Lutro0 always uses mdpc or paracord, unless its a special type of wire. Trust us, it's mdpc.
MDPC quality one of fine detail, its a luxury thing that you should do if you can afford. Like with computer cases, cars, electronics, all luxuries cost more than others, but are of much higher quality
post #7447 of 14275
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Well I did my first sleeving today. Fan wires in paracord. Looks ok but my old hands hurt like heck. So, are there any good guides out there??
I followed this guide for heatshrinkless paracord and the sleeving came out real good.
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always mdpc

Pretty much lol
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Why are you so sure ? I used/buy some non MDPC ! In quality is equal with, density, strands, shining, melt point....and even cheaper !

I have 5 new types of sleeving sitting on my bench to check out, but out of the 7 types that are more common - none of them hold up to mdpc or paracord. The attention is all in the details such as ease of use, coverage, and colors.

But thats not to say there isnt other good sleeve out there, but as of right now there is no heatshrink better then MDPC on the market for precut.
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Originally Posted by em ht View Post

Why are you so sure ? I used/buy some non MDPC ! In quality is equal with, density, strands, shining, melt point....and even cheaper !

usually when lutro0 makes show pieces or "model work" its usually MDPC unless otherwise stated.

smile.gif I "stalked" him long enough to recognize his styling.

- occasionally he tests with paracording, but not often.

- If other sleeve is used, its usually only for reviewing the product.
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post #7450 of 14275
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I followed this guide for heatshrinkless paracord and the sleeving came out real good.
Now that is pretty slick. Guess he made that tool, huh.
Thanks!!
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