Author Topic: Climbing Nets  (Read 2486 times)

Girrawa

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Climbing Nets
« on: October 24, 2005, 07:12:00 AM »
Does anyone in knot world have a pattern for a rope climbing net made using traditional knots suitable for a Scout troop to make as a weekend project.

nautile

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Re: Climbing Nets
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2005, 03:25:54 PM »
Hi !

May be this will give you the beginning of a trail...

http://www.auvergne-paysdumeygal.com/via_ferrata.htm think that they are "half-knots"
http://tpactivite.com/filet_commando.php

http://perso.wanadoo.fr/pruniers.centre/recre.htm


http://www.outsidetoyspro.com/ProdImg/boardnet_small.jpg   seems a good idea is there



http://knotsindeed.com/learn/squaremesh.html worth a look ?


http://www.drewish.com/albums/2002_Burning_Man/DSC02719.sized.jpg   pic

http://www.njpsports.com/netting.html  relatively close-up pic

http://www.njpsports.com/netting.html   see bottom left pic

http://www.allplaz.co.uk/acatalog/Cargo_Netting.html


Here are some llinks to possible knots : please not that they are just laid in a diagram-like form and not correctly "dressed". (Thanks Dan_Lehman for opening my eyes )

 http://tinyurl.com/claxm     traditional1


 http://tinyurl.com/c6nj5    traditional2


 http://tinyurl.com/chllq    knot A large


 http://tinyurl.com/cw83a   knot A close-up


 http://tinyurl.com/aanf7   knot B large


 http://tinyurl.com/8bywd   knot B close-up

One word of warning ( seems evident afterwards, but  I know of such accidents to have happenned) : take great care that it is absolutely impossible for a child of any age to put his head inside a mesh if he can not very easily take it back. Either "small" meshing or ""large enough" meshing.


Added 26th Oct
http://www.corderiemesnard.com/htfr/0006.htm    
see first pics on upper right
« Last Edit: October 26, 2005, 04:34:44 PM by nautile »