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Mechanical Advantage Using the T-Method with a Horizontal System

Calculating mechanical advantage: the T-system 1. Assume continuous strands of rope have the same amount of tension. If we start at the point where effort is applied and assume that we apply one unit of tension (1T) then we can assume that the tension along this single strand of rope will be the same throughout. …

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Arizona Vortex Multipod by Rock Exotica

The Arizona Vortex Multipod, named the “Multipod” because of its flexibility, has a two-piece break-apart head that can be rigged as a standard tripod, or in advanced applications, as an A-Frame, a sideways A-Frame, or a Gin Pole. The “easel” leg allows the tripod to be leaned to form an easel A-Frame, placing anchor points …

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