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ralphs007
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Hi
This is the link for the headband magnifier. The seller accepted a 10.00 offer.These are great for separating the elastic thread.I don't have the best of vision so you may only need reading glasses.If you don't need glasses to separate the thread remind me to never do a loop effect for you.LOL
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie......MEWNX:IT
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Ralph007 I am glad the TLS is working for you please if you have any questions please email...

we are working on the single strand IET, we have the thread, we are looking for a place to have the Iet Dyed to the Black/Dark brown now.....
anyone ever use white IET before???? I have thousands of miles of it......
the samples they sent the first time were so thin that a spider would be jealous,
but have to get it dyed.......

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Quote:
On 2010-07-21 02:35, Vlad_77 wrote:
Hi Sebashtion,

I will be ordering Trinity, but, I looked all over your site, and maybe because I have a SLIGHT buzz, I couldn't find Rudy's thread.


Ahimsa,
Vlad


Hello Vlad here is the link to the Trinity System

http://subdividedstudios.com/tls%20prices.html

thank you for your interest in The Trinity System...

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Update on the links the TLS link is
http://www.subdividedstudios.com/tls.html

And our new Legacy Thread that is soon to be released (single strand) is
http://www.subdividedstudios.com/legacy.html

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Vlad_77
You can't tell people that you are buzzed at the magic Café. LOL
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You can buy 5 spools of the new legacy thread and get a Trinity system for free from subdividedstudios but this offer runs out tomorrow night.
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Wow that would have been a heck of a deal there jugglestruck. I am loving my TLS but stripping the thread from my infinity 'tire' is never easy. I'll have to check out this new legacy thread.
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I bet you've made up a few new cuss words while trying to tie loops...I know I have...LOL.

A few years ago a friend of mine showed me a pretty good way to make loops. Here is what I do. I have a card board tube insert from shrink wrap, it's about 3" in diameter. First I take a length of elastic and attach some tape tabs or balls of tape (scotch or masking) to each end about the size of a pea or a dime size tab. This makes it easier to handle. Next,I tie the elastic around the card board tube with a simple double knot. The first knot is to adjust the tension, because the tube is a bit larger than my wrist. the second knot is to hold it in place. Then I take the smallest drop of plastic model glue and glue the knot. I let it sit for 15-20 mins or until the glue is almost hard but still just a little soft so it dose not stick to the tube and I can roll the knot and glue drop between my fingers to make sure the knot is secure and to get rid of any sharp glue edges that may cut the elastic. Once the glue is dry and hard I cut off the excess thread and I am ready to go. I've also wrapped the tube with white paper so it's easier to see the I.T. And the glue dose not stick to the paper as much as it dose to the card board. Good luck and if you have any questions feel free to hit me up...Later & Out, RJ
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I have been trying to find a good method or utility to tie several loops at once or just tie them more efficiently. I will check out the systems outlined above to see what works best for me. I am currently using the infinity thread and stripping it then tying loops with the split thread. I find it to be a very knacky thing and cant pump them out very quickly.
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It looks like Subdividedstudios has re-introduced their "buy 5 and get a free Trinity system" offer. Also they are running a "buy one reel of thread and get another free" deal.
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