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YALE Splice Video – How a YALE Splice is actually produced

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Over the years there has been an air of confusion surrounding the Yale Machine Assisted Splice (MAX Splice) some thinking that a machine produces the splice with no human element, rope in one end out pops a splice!

Yale Cordage has just released a small video to help explain how the MAX Splice is actually produced.

 

The machine element of the process is only used to complete the bury of the splice allowing for consistency in manufacture. The power of this machine which was developed by Yale allows them to retain the Core in the eye where others will remove the core for ease.

 

This splice is fully CE Certified to the EN1891 standard.

 

(Warning: This is not a training video)

 

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Good video, thanks Nigel.

 

It is a completely different process in some ways to a conventional hand splice, I don't think the end result is better or worse really.

 

Do they use the power bury machine on double braid climbing lines too?

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Good film! Ive never used a splice.... never thought it was worth the extra money... if I could do it myself i probably would give it a go :)

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Good film! Ive never used a splice.... never thought it was worth the extra money... if I could do it myself i probably would give it a go :)

 

16 strand is piece of cake ben, give it ago saying that old rope can be a pig.

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