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Offline Coosa Redeye

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Ligature Tool and bands
« on: 02/12/21 19:07 UTC »
I am going to try these for tying skirts. If they don't work, I am not out much. Has anyone tried these?

Offline Lines

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Re: Ligature Tool and bands
« Reply #1 on: 02/13/21 06:15 UTC »
What is that tool made for Coosa?

Offline Coosa Redeye

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Re: Ligature Tool and bands
« Reply #2 on: 02/13/21 07:52 UTC »
Bands for braces.

Offline Lamar

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Re: Ligature Tool and bands
« Reply #3 on: 02/13/21 09:25 UTC »
  I hand tie with thread all my skirts. Then I put finger nail polish on the thread to hold them tight. I just hate a skirt that moves around and I'm always adjusting it.

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Re: Ligature Tool and bands
« Reply #4 on: 02/13/21 10:05 UTC »
I use the bands to hold guides on rods as I'm tying the guides on.
At the very least this tool would make it a lot easier to get the bands on the rod blank.
Guess I'll have to order one and try it.

Offline Coosa Redeye

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Re: Ligature Tool and bands
« Reply #5 on: 02/13/21 10:22 UTC »
If the bands will stretch around a rod, I would assume they will stretch over a jig collar.

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Re: Ligature Tool and bands
« Reply #6 on: 02/14/21 10:57 UTC »
If the bands will stretch around a rod, I would assume they will stretch over a jig collar.
Looks like about the max you can stretch one of those bands is a bit bigger than a #2 wooden pencil.
« Last Edit: 02/14/21 15:10 UTC by MT204 »