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beatkiddo 08-08-2003 11:57 AM

Eye-splicing lines...
 
Anyone have a good site that describes (with pictures) how to eye-splice lines?

Bruce

SailorMitch 08-08-2003 02:05 PM

Eye-splicing lines...
 
www.neropes.com (website for New England Ropes)

mdougan 08-12-2003 11:34 AM

Eye-splicing lines...
 
There is a good book called The Marlin Spike Sailor that describes it in detail.

knuterikt 08-13-2006 03:34 PM

Another good site with downloadable Splicing Instructions (pdf)

http://www.samsonrope.com/index.cfm?page=28

Knut

talesofthesevenseas 08-15-2006 07:17 PM

Here is a terrific animation that is very easy to follow:

http://www.tollesburysc.co.uk/Knots/Eye_splice.gif

Nicco61 08-15-2006 10:39 PM

It's kind of dirty!

dave.verry 08-16-2006 09:17 AM

You failed to mention if you wanted to spice double braid or twisted strand rope, but both “how to”s were given in the thread.

When splicing twisted strand rope (docklines), role the splice between the palms of your hands while pressing hard. This little trick will tighten the splice as you are doing it. I generally roll the splice about every 1/3 of the splice length. When completed roll the splice on the deck using you’re a flat sole shoe.

SmartCaptain 09-09-2006 08:03 AM

If you're splicing braided line, use the printed instructions that come with the fids you can buy from Sampson. Take your time, follow them step-by-step and you'll have no problem.

I followed instructions in the Brian Toss for splicing braid and didn't have as much success.

My two cents worh of opinion...

Jeff

sailingdog 09-10-2006 11:48 PM

One other caveat... some of the newer high-tech lines, that have Spectra, kevlar, or dyneema cores may have different splicing instructions from standard double braided polyester. This is often due to the fact that the high-tech core materials are often slipperier than traditional dacron braids are.

hermw 09-15-2006 09:18 PM

Eye splice
 
Try this site you can adjust the speed of the animation on quite a few knots including the eye splice.
http://www.animatedknots.com/


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