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rope making

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rope making, DIY, recycled twine, no 8 wire, steel rod, rubber bands, wood planks, recycled materials
Category: Education
Description: This video shows how to make rope from recycled twine which had been used to tie tomatoes up in a tunnel house. The rope making mechanism is very simple and can be made from the simplest of tools using wood, no8 wire (0.16" or 4 mm) , rubber bands and 12 mm (approximately) steel rod.
Duration: 5 minutes and 23 seconds
Rating: 9/10 - Excellent
Definition: SD
Published: January 28, 2017
Uploader: RubberbandRay


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