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SuperPowerPatty

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  1. <p>cheers pal that would be sound im happy to forward over my c.v . Hahah that company name is pretty funny over here you would have to think twice about them with a name like that. How are you finding life and work over there? Cheers luke</p>

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    <p>Hey Luke! It's Pascal. </p>

    <p>I'll ask the company if they need another climber</p>

    <p>The name of it is: Specialised tree lopping.....i know it sounds kinda ***** but it's an alright company that does some decent pruning & removals</p>

     

  3. I use a tachyon and a 8mm liros runner really enjoy it. Have tried it with a 8mm Teufelberger ocean but it grabs too hard i think
  4. Just got to Perth today! I have a testday tomorrow at a company. I could ask if they are seeking another climber as well.
  5. [ame] [/ame]Around 2:45 he shows how it can be retrieved
  6. i agree, it's expensive, only works in certain situations. But it's just another trick in the bag. And it looks cool:001_cool:
  7. After a philosophy session i had during my internship at the amsterdam councill i came up with this idea. It's kind of a hybrid ropeguide with a carabiner instead of the pulley. i tried it out on the ground and seems to be working like a charm, going to try it out this weekend up the tree
  8. The imp looks nice! but couldn't you do the same thing with a dmm ring, a bit of throwline and a small carabiner?
  9. i prefer crown anchor, less damage and weight on the branch. Also less strench in the rope because it's only half the lenght compared to the base anchor.
  10. I've got a bigshot myself, love it. Wrapped mine bright green. Haven't used the stein one, but i secon it's about the same kind of performance. Richard mumford did a video about it [ame] [/ame]
  11. hello everybody, After a lot of looking on the milling forum i've finally started milling myself. i asked my stepdad, who is a welder, to make me one. And look at his creation. i tried it out on some old connie timber, worked like a charm. made a chair just for the hack of it. not a pro, but i did enjoy it a lot! Pascal
  12. hey steve, As a dutchman myself i could tell you everything you'd like to know about tree surgery in the Netherlands. Tree surgeons are in demand, but some companies want tree surgeons that have the ETW(european tree worker) certificate. As said before, go on treehugs and ask the question there. Pascal
  13. A shame to hear, did you reset the m-tronic a lot? i do mine about every day, when i'm warming it up in the morning before cutting.

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