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Originally Posted by shadow water View Post

Paracord acts completely different. You can melt the strands together into the pin and form it with your fingers there is 0 heatshrink needed

I'm curious, can anyone post a video of this? I would like to see how this works.
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Originally Posted by airplaneman View Post


I'm curious, can anyone post a video of this? I would like to see how this works.

Lutro0's Heatshrinkless Paracord Guide from the Video Sleeving Guides
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Lutro0's Heatshrinkless Paracord Guide from the Video Sleeving Guides

Oh wow. I watched another one of his videos and he used heatshrink to do it, then cut it off.

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by WiSK View Post

I'm not quite there yet. I need to find a repeatable consistant method that does not depend on: having to measure sleeve exactly; how strong your super glue is; how hot your lighter burns; etc.

The way i did mine was to actually use 1/8 heatshrink and heatshrink the wire between the connectors with nothing on it. This makes the wire a bit thicker and the heatskrink is rubber so it holds on to the sleeve better.

I also used a dab of super glue on some and it stuck better with the heat shrinked wire. biggrin.gif
    
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That's an interesting idea DoubleM smile.gif
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Originally Posted by TheNovice View Post

First attempt of sleeving :-)















I wanna see moooooore biggrin.gif!
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Me too. That sleeving/fan combo is amazing.
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post #9068 of 14328
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Originally Posted by D0U8L3M View Post

The way i did mine was to actually use 1/8 heatshrink and heatshrink the wire between the connectors with nothing on it. This makes the wire a bit thicker and the heatskrink is rubber so it holds on to the sleeve better.

I also used a dab of super glue on some and it stuck better with the heat shrinked wire. biggrin.gif

Super glue is such a life saver in so many circumstances you cant always depend on it but to toughen up something or make thing that normally wouldnt work work its awesome.

I always suggest getting the superglue with the brush so you have more control.

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Originally Posted by 0volume0 View Post

Some of my work, hope you'll like it... rolleyes.gif

-snip-

Keep up the good work bud, heatshrink work is hard it looks like you did a great job!

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Originally Posted by pexon View Post

-snip-

great work thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by airplaneman View Post

WOW! pexon set the bar pretty high...

My pictures just don't compete, but I think the sleeving job is okay smile.gif.

-snip-
You did a great job keep it up! Dont ever compare your work with other, be proud of what you have done!

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Originally Posted by Belial View Post

So what's up with that rainbow effect, the 'training' of it? How hard is all of that? Is that even necessary? I mean you are just making one side slightly shorter paracord than the other so there's more tension a certain way, and then you just do a ton of bending and flexing of the cable once it's sleeved, right? How hard is that for a first timer good with his hands?

I made a section in the sleeving faq on just how to do this, there is a combo of many different factors that come into this, but for the best result the only way is to shorten the oem cables and add extensions to get that perfect clean look, or rely upon sleeving combs. Give it a read, IMO if you put all that work into sleeving and then leave it a mess you kinda wasted that time.
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Here is a little update on the sleeving i am doing for MK0611.
-snip-

Really hoping I can get this done tonight..got to get the double wires done tongue.gif Kind of a weird pattern I know, but I am low on blue and that is the the one color I dont have downstairs mad.gif

Good job!
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Originally Posted by Big Elf View Post

Lutro0's Heatshrinkless Paracord Guide from the Video Sleeving Guides

Lots of good info in those, even if they dont apply directly to what you are trying to accomplish I go over allot of small details that should get you going in the right direction.
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Heatshrinkless sata-power testing smile.gif
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Heatshrinkless sata-power testing smile.gif

You forcing it in? Some heat used? Looks damaged, but it's an interesting experiment and result.
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