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Jaxon
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I posted this in the "Thread Reels and Anchors" section but I wasn't thinking about the fact that not everyone will be able to see if there. It's also something that those of you who are new to magic and are interested in close up levitation and animation that are accomplished with Invisible Thread might be interested in.

I put together this little E-book on the basics of working with invisible thread. It's basically a collection of tips and advice I would (and do) share with those who are new to IT work or are having some trouble with it. So I thought I'd post it here. This should help anyone get started in IT work.

Click here or right click to download the PDF file.

I hope someone finds it helpful.

Ron Jaxon
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Magiguy
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Ron,
You are one of the most generous contributors to this community. Kudos to you for the knowledge you share and the inspiration you spread.
rorythegreat
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Hi Ron,
Thank you for posting this! Great information. Thank you for being so generous!
Andy the cardician
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Ron,

this is really good stuff. Thanks for sharing. I believe that you will expand this further and further, as it is such a great foundation and has the potential to become the beginners bible . . .

Andy
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Jonathan Kelly
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Once again, thank you Ron.
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solrak29
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I havn't read it yet, but good stuff Ron. As already noted I've learned
a lot from you on this forum alone.
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jimhlou
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Hi Ron:

IT work has been a lesson in frustation for me. Just downloaded your info (it's being printed) and will read it this afternoon.

Thanks again for all your contributions.

Jim
Jaz
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Jaxon,
Thanks for your generosity.
Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!
Mike T
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Very generous (as always), many thanks.

Warm regards, Mike
It's times like this I wish I'd listened to what my Grandad used to say...
Bob Clayton
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Ron, thanks for the tips. Your contributions to the magic community are wonderful.
sjballa147
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Ron,
All of this is wonderful. Thank you

Shane
Steven True
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Ron I join in with all the others here and say you are great at the help like this for evryone that wants it. Makes me happy to know that we have people that help out as often as you do with free advice. I have not done a lot of close up work but I have been wanting to get into using the IT and now I have a great start. Thank you sir for your help and expertise. I would advise everyone to download anything Ron puts out here because it is a great help and guide.

Happy Magic

Steven
CasualSoul
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Thanks Ron, I work with IT on occasion, but your tips were still very helpful.
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Chicagomagi
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Ron,
I'd like to join everyone else in thanking you for your generous contributions and this ebook in particular. Great stuff.

I noticed on your site that you're intending to update this ebook periodically. Personally, I'd be interested in hearing about your tips/thoughts on hookups, get readys, and making loops.

Again, great stuff. Thanks!!
Kent
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