Guest article written by Sayar Kuchenski about the affects of shockloading on a multi-bolt anchor situation during a single bolt failure.
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Slack Science, powered by Balance Community: Slackline Outfitters, is a blog run by Jerry Miszewski about slacklining. He offers tips and tricks to various parts of setting-up, taking down, in-depth looks at various aspects of a setup, and hints at walking slacklines.
Jerry's long history with the sport of slackline has given him a wealth of knowledge that he loves to share with his fellow slackliners. Slack Science is a place anyone and everyone to come and learn about our wonderful sport of slacklining.
Part three in a series of articles about efficiently rigging your longline. In this article and video, we will discuss the method by which you can derig your longline in order to save the most time and in order to save time on rigging when you come to the park next time.
Part two in a series of articles about efficiently rigging your longline. In this article and video, we will be discussing the method in which you can rig your longline in order to save the most time and get the most efficiency out of your setup.
Part one in a series of articles about efficiently rigging your longline. In this article and video, we will discuss the pre-rigging steps you can take while you are at home in order to save time rigging in the field. We focus a lot on how to properly pack your bag.
Pulley efficiency is critical to a high-performing tensioning system. We find that switching from a mid-grade pulley setup to the PMPs will yield a moderate to significant increase in system efficiency and net mechanical advantage.
Tests done and article written by Slack Science Guest Author Sayar Kuchenski
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