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Applied Splicing Workshop with Dan Dass @ TREEKIT

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Two day Splicing Workshop with Dan Dass on Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th February 2016 at TREEKIT


As part of our workshop schedule this year we are offering an exciting, one off, applied splicing weekend with Dan Dass (@theknottyboy), the head splicer from TreeGear Australia and founder of ReeCoil Full Reach Lanyard.


Dan will be running a ram packed splicing program covering a broad variety of applied splicing techniques. The weekend is open to both; those new to splicing and those who have been splicing for a while but who may want to learn some new techniques and approaches.





Day 1: Double Braid Splicing:


Rope ID (fibres, strands, carriers etc)

Inspecting Splices

Overview of various rope break test results (what makes a difference)

24st Double Braid Splicing (11.7mm Yale)

32st Double Braid Splice, 10mm Ocean Polyester


Day 2: High Mod Splicing:


Intro to UHMWPE fibres

What to know before building High Mod rope tools

12st High Mod Hollow Braid Splicing (Micro Frog SRT kit from Dyneema)

High Mod Double Braid Splicing (Beeline 8mm Eye to Eye)

Demo - Class 2 Eye Splice (cover bury)




Attendees should bring splicing equipment with them on the day if they have it; however complete splicing kits will be available to purchase if required (10% off for Attendees).


£199 ex.VAT - including lunch on both days and rope pack worth over £50.


Book online now or give us a call on 01202 573 575. See you there!

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