• Wrap a Cable the Right Way "Over Under"

    Yes there is a wrong way to wrap a cable. Learn to wrap a cable the way the pros do with the over under method. It is amazing the difference a properly wrapped cable makes. Your cables last longer and are easier to handle. Please like, comment, subscribe and share! Follow my on twitter @kennisrussell and Facebook.com/kennisrussellmusic -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Relative Minor Keys #006 MTML (Music Theory Micro Lesson)" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jlrh5bzv8E -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

    published: 13 May 2014
  • How To Wrap A Cable... The Correct Way [Hix Bros. Music]

    Peter Hix shows you how to wrap any type of cable the correct way at Hix Brothers Music. Get extra life out of your cables by wrapping them the right way! Call our store(s) for more info: Aurora, IL (630) 898-8840 Batavia, IL (630) 406-0044 Visit our website: www.hixbrosmusic.com Support your local business.

    published: 08 Jan 2013
  • How to Knit a Cable

    How to knit a cross front cable, using a small sampler as practice. A good introduction to knitting cable.

    published: 05 Mar 2012
  • How To Properly Roll Cable

    Demonstration of the "Over Under" technique for rolling cable. Why? (1) It helps prevent tangle. (2) It prolongs life of the cable. (3) It is accepted best practice for media production professionals. Video by Scott Reynolds. If you are involved in media production of any kind - music, film, television, video games, podcasts, online, radio, etc. - then you probably use mic cables and/or line level cables to for interconnections. This video is designed to demonstrate clearly and concisely how to coil up your cables using the Over Under technique when you need to store them. I believe this is an essential skill for amateurs and professionals alike. Videos similar to this on YouTube, by title: How To Properly Roll Guitar and Mic Cables, Roadie Wrapping Cables, How to Roll Audio Cables, Cab...

    published: 02 Jun 2010
  • How to trace and track wires using a cable tracker

    Hi, this 'how to' video shows how to use a cable tracker tone and probe to trace and track various cables and wires. To visit my ebay shop please click this link http://www.mrtelephone.co.uk

    published: 03 Aug 2014
  • How to knit a cable scarf

    facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Smart-Sheep-%C4%90an-m%C3%B3c-len/1447739302165075?fref=ts knitting, crochet , cable scarf , knit , hat , tutorial , diy , yarn ,

    published: 20 Jan 2015
  • How to Install a Cable Deck Railing

    Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84KTAvP4fPU&index=6&list=PLkJADc1qDrr-U3jevgVkJt9YXYy_ZfHau This Old House general contractor Tom Silva installs a cable railing on a deck in Greenwich Village, New York. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for How to Install a Cable Deck Railing: - Cable deck-railing kit (includes all necessary steel cable and connectors) - 4-inch-wide by 3/4-inch-thick plywood strip, used as a hole-drilling template - Sleeve anchors, for securing cable end to brick wall - Liquid thread lock, used to seal and secure threaded fittings Tools List for How to Install a Cable Deck Railing...

    published: 06 Nov 2015
  • How to Do a Cable Stitch | Knitting

    Like these Knitting Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1l7W4Md Must Have Products for any KNITTING project: Marrywindix Basic Knitting Tools: http://amzn.to/1PLShgZ Needlemaster 40-Piece Interchangeable Aluminum Knitting Set: http://amzn.to/1LVfuiT Miles Kimball Knitting Tote Bag: http://amzn.to/1IKB9CP Up, Down, All-Around Stitch Dictionary: http://amzn.to/1IKE7Hy Watch more How to Knit videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/510779-How-to-Do-a-Cable-Stitch-Knitting In this video I'm going to demonstrate how to do some basic cabling techniques. In my little sample that I've knit up, I've got a basic three over three cable, twisting to the left. I have some traveling cables, and then I have the symmetrical version of this one, three over three, twisting to t...

    published: 03 Jul 2013
  • How to Coil a Cable with a Hair Dryer

    Sometimes a cable is too long for your specific needs. Rather than deal with extra feet of dangling cables, follow these easy steps to put a coil in your cord. Like the coils that you'd find in old telephone cables, these allow you to stretch the cord to it's full length, while keeping it out of the way when you only need a little. Read more about this topic here: http://porch.com/advice/coil-cord/ We would love to talk with you! Facebook: http://facebook.com/porchdotcom Instagram: http://instagram.com/porchdotcom Twitter: http://twitter.com/porchdotcom Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/porchdotcom/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+porchdotcom/posts Who we are: http://www.porch.com Porch is a home improvement network on a mission to change the world one home at a time by making home...

    published: 17 Feb 2015
  • Obama: You're Paying Too Much For A Cable TV Box

    Transcript: Hello, everybody. One of America’s greatest strengths is our free market. A thriving private sector is the lifeblood of our economy – it’s how we create jobs, expand opportunities, and give everybody a shot at success. It’s what has made America the strongest country on Earth. The most essential ingredient in a healthy free market is competition. But right now, too many companies are engaging in behaviors that stifle competition – like blocking new competitors from entering the market or limiting the information and options that give consumers real choice. As a consequence, the rest of us pay higher prices for lower quality products and services. Workers receive lower wages than they otherwise would. Small businesses and entrepreneurs can get squeezed out of the market....

    published: 16 Apr 2016
  • How To S-Bend on a Cable

    Sbends are cool, but they're soooo scary haha. Hopefully this gives you a bit of an insight into how to throw one. Best of luck with it and I hope you land it. Thanks for watching. David

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • How much does a cable technician make per hour?

    How much does a cable tech make per hr http://findingcredit.blogspot.com/

    published: 27 Dec 2012
  • How to Install a Cable Modem and Save Money

    ARRIS / Motorola SurfBoard SB6141 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem - Retail Packaging - White: Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/1tNpvDM #1 best selling router on Amazon.com: Amazon.com: TP-LINK TL-WR841N Wireless N300 Home Router, 300Mpbs, IP QoS, WPS Button: http://amzn.to/1puf8o8 #2 best selling router on Amazon.com: Amazon.com: ASUS RT-N66U Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router: Computers & Accessories: http://amzn.to/1vWU0qu Newer version of the #2 best selling router on Amazon.com: Amazon.com: ASUS RT-AC66U Dual-Band Wireless-AC1750 Gigabit Router http://amzn.to/1A14RQx TP-LINK Archer C7 router gives 1.75Gbps total available bandwith, which includes 450Mbps at 2.4GHz and 1300Mbps at 5GHz: TP-LINK Archer C7 AC1750 Dual Band Wireless AC Gigabit Router, 2.4GHz 450Mbps+5Ghz 1300Mbps, 2 USB Port, IP...

    published: 30 Aug 2014
  • Blacksmithing - Forging a Cable Damascus Rams Head Knife - Part 1 The Weld

    This is Part 1 of 3 of taking a piece of 1 inch cable and forge welding and shaping it into a pretty cool knife... This part is the forge weld...

    published: 25 Sep 2015
  • Why you should never lock your motorcycle with a cable lock! | BikeBandit.com

    We show you exactly how thieves get past cable locks on camera, by cutting through the thickest cable we carry with a tool you can carry in your pocket. Also, check out our tips to make your bike as theft-proof as can be by making your bike as much of a hassle to steal as possible!

    published: 29 Jan 2015
  • How to Build a Cable TV Descrambler

    For more videos visit: http://wwmgd.blogspot.com What Would MacGyver Do?

    published: 10 Dec 2007
Wrap a Cable the Right Way "Over Under"

Wrap a Cable the Right Way "Over Under"

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  • Updated: 13 May 2014
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Yes there is a wrong way to wrap a cable. Learn to wrap a cable the way the pros do with the over under method. It is amazing the difference a properly wrapped cable makes. Your cables last longer and are easier to handle. Please like, comment, subscribe and share! Follow my on twitter @kennisrussell and Facebook.com/kennisrussellmusic -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Relative Minor Keys #006 MTML (Music Theory Micro Lesson)" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jlrh5bzv8E -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How To Wrap A Cable... The Correct Way [Hix Bros. Music]

How To Wrap A Cable... The Correct Way [Hix Bros. Music]

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Peter Hix shows you how to wrap any type of cable the correct way at Hix Brothers Music. Get extra life out of your cables by wrapping them the right way! Call our store(s) for more info: Aurora, IL (630) 898-8840 Batavia, IL (630) 406-0044 Visit our website: www.hixbrosmusic.com Support your local business.
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How to Knit a Cable

How to Knit a Cable

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How to knit a cross front cable, using a small sampler as practice. A good introduction to knitting cable.
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How To Properly Roll Cable

How To Properly Roll Cable

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  • Updated: 02 Jun 2010
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Demonstration of the "Over Under" technique for rolling cable. Why? (1) It helps prevent tangle. (2) It prolongs life of the cable. (3) It is accepted best practice for media production professionals. Video by Scott Reynolds. If you are involved in media production of any kind - music, film, television, video games, podcasts, online, radio, etc. - then you probably use mic cables and/or line level cables to for interconnections. This video is designed to demonstrate clearly and concisely how to coil up your cables using the Over Under technique when you need to store them. I believe this is an essential skill for amateurs and professionals alike. Videos similar to this on YouTube, by title: How To Properly Roll Guitar and Mic Cables, Roadie Wrapping Cables, How to Roll Audio Cables, Cable Wrapping: A Detailed Explanation, How to Coil Cable Properly, How to Roll Up your Cables, Cable Rolling, How to wrap cables Over Under, How to wrap microphone cables Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
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How to trace and track wires using a cable tracker

How to trace and track wires using a cable tracker

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Hi, this 'how to' video shows how to use a cable tracker tone and probe to trace and track various cables and wires. To visit my ebay shop please click this link http://www.mrtelephone.co.uk
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How to knit a cable scarf

How to knit a cable scarf

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How to Install a Cable Deck Railing

How to Install a Cable Deck Railing

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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84KTAvP4fPU&index=6&list=PLkJADc1qDrr-U3jevgVkJt9YXYy_ZfHau This Old House general contractor Tom Silva installs a cable railing on a deck in Greenwich Village, New York. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for How to Install a Cable Deck Railing: - Cable deck-railing kit (includes all necessary steel cable and connectors) - 4-inch-wide by 3/4-inch-thick plywood strip, used as a hole-drilling template - Sleeve anchors, for securing cable end to brick wall - Liquid thread lock, used to seal and secure threaded fittings Tools List for How to Install a Cable Deck Railing: - Cordless drill - 1/4-inch-diameter carbide-tipped masonry drill bit, used to bore holes in brick wall - Three 1/4-inch-diameter twist drill bits, one for drilling the template, two for holding the template in place - Two one-handed bar clamps, used to hold the template to the railing posts - Hammer - Cable cutters, used to cut the steel railing cable - Adjustable wrench, for tightening the anchors - Nut driver, used to tighten the machine screws Steps for How to Install a Cable Deck Railing: 1. Make a hole-drilling template by drilling 1/4-inch-diameter holes spaced 3 inches apart through a 4-inch-wide by 3/4-inch-thick strip of plywood. 2. Hold the template against the brick wall, directly under the deck's handrail. 3. Use a 1/4-inch-diameter carbide-tipped masonry bit to bore through the top hole in the template and into the brick house wall.4. Push a spare 1/4-inch-diameter drill bit into the hole to hold the template in place. 5. Next, drill a 1/4-inch-diameter hole through the template's bottom hole, and then insert another drill bit. 6. Drill the remaining holes through the template and into the brick wall. 7. Clamp the template to a deck-railing post and drill 1/4-inch-diameter holes through the post. Repeat to drill holes in the remaining railing posts. 8. Use a hammer to tap a wedge-type sleeve anchor into each hole in the brick wall. 9. Place a washer and nut onto the threaded end of each sleeve anchor, then tighten the nuts with a wrench. 10. Hand-tighten a cable-end connector onto the threaded end of each sleeve anchor. 11. On the far railing post at the end of the deck, insert a machine screw through each 1/4-inch-diameter hole. 12. Apply a little liquid thread lock to the end of each bolt, then thread on a cable-end connector. 13. Once the connector bottoms out, back it out four turns. Repeat for the remaining cable-end connectors. 14. Push the end of the cable into one of the connectors at the brick wall. The connector will automatically lock onto the cable. 15. Pass the opposite end of the cable through the holes in the intermediate railing posts. 16. At the end post, use cable cutters to cut the cable to the proper length. 17. Press the end of the cable into the connector on the end post. Repeat to install the remaining cables along the railing. 18. Use a nut driver to tighten the machine screws to tension the cables. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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How to Do a Cable Stitch | Knitting

How to Do a Cable Stitch | Knitting

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Like these Knitting Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1l7W4Md Must Have Products for any KNITTING project: Marrywindix Basic Knitting Tools: http://amzn.to/1PLShgZ Needlemaster 40-Piece Interchangeable Aluminum Knitting Set: http://amzn.to/1LVfuiT Miles Kimball Knitting Tote Bag: http://amzn.to/1IKB9CP Up, Down, All-Around Stitch Dictionary: http://amzn.to/1IKE7Hy Watch more How to Knit videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/510779-How-to-Do-a-Cable-Stitch-Knitting In this video I'm going to demonstrate how to do some basic cabling techniques. In my little sample that I've knit up, I've got a basic three over three cable, twisting to the left. I have some traveling cables, and then I have the symmetrical version of this one, three over three, twisting to the right. So first I'll show you how to cable to the left. So I just purled the little gutter of purl stitches that surround these cables to better show them off. So I've purled three and now it's time to twist three stitches over to the left. So what I want to do is, I want to get rid of these three stitches for just a minute and get them out of the way. I'm using a double point. You can also use a cable needle, a toothpick, whatever you need to do to get those stitches out of the way. So don't be confused. They're just going to sit down here. And what I want to do is, I'm going to go ahead and knit the second set of three, because I want those to be brought behind. So now that those are out of the way, I can bring these three back up, and knit them. And what I've just done is, I've twisted them around each other. So I twisted the three on the right over, making a left twist. And now I'm going to purl the gutter stitch and show you a traveling cable. Traveling means it's not twisting around itself. It's just moving across the background of purl. So I want these two to move one over to the left, to start traveling back towards the center. You can see they've traveled away from the center. Now you want them to go back in. So I'm going to move these two out of the way and work the next stitch, which happens to be a purl. So I'm going to purl it, which has moved it over to the right, and now I can move my yarn back and knit the next two, which means they've now moved over and I have two purl stitches in between. I'm going to work my way over to the next set of traveling stitches, just purl all the way across, except for, I'm going to leave one, because remember what we want this traveling cable to do, is to move one place back in towards the center. So this time I'm going to grab this little purl stitch and get rid of him towards the back. I'm going to hide him. So move my yarn back to the back because I'm going to knit, knit the next two. And now I can put that little one purl stitch where he needs to go. So I'm going to move the yarn to the front. I'm going to purl from the cable needle, and now those two traveling stitches have traded places with that one purl. I'm going to finish the purl gutter, and now it's time to cable to the right. So I want these three stitches to be brought in front of these three. So this time I'm going to grab three and instead of leaving them to the front, I'm going to leave them behind, and knit these three. So all I'm doing in cabling is, I'm reversing the order of stitches as you come to them on the needle. With the help of the cable needle, now I'm ready to knit these three from the cable needle. Two, three. And I can see I lost a purl stitch, which happens. I'm just going to put it back on. So here we are with three twisting to the right, over the three to the back. I'm going to finish out the row by purling the gutter of three, and there you have a basic twist to the left, stitches that travel anywhere you want, and twist to the right. Now you don't always have to cable three over three. This little mitten cables two over two. So you can see that it's two twisting over two, always twisting to the left in this pattern. Here we have some traveling stitches that travel away from each other and towards each other and always twist just once to the left. And then finally on this hot water bottle cozy, we have traveling stitches that travel away from each other, and then back towards each other, and cable a few times in the center. So you can cable as often as you want on the front of your knitting to make a tighter cable, or as infrequently as you want to make a loosely twisted cable with however many stitches as you can handle on the cable needle. Have fun knitting and designing with cables.
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How to Coil a Cable with a Hair Dryer

How to Coil a Cable with a Hair Dryer

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Sometimes a cable is too long for your specific needs. Rather than deal with extra feet of dangling cables, follow these easy steps to put a coil in your cord. Like the coils that you'd find in old telephone cables, these allow you to stretch the cord to it's full length, while keeping it out of the way when you only need a little. Read more about this topic here: http://porch.com/advice/coil-cord/ We would love to talk with you! Facebook: http://facebook.com/porchdotcom Instagram: http://instagram.com/porchdotcom Twitter: http://twitter.com/porchdotcom Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/porchdotcom/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+porchdotcom/posts Who we are: http://www.porch.com Porch is a home improvement network on a mission to change the world one home at a time by making home improvement easy, delightful, and connected. More DIY Tips & Tricks: http://advice.porch.com Watch More Videos: How to Stuff a Duvet in 60 Seconds http://youtu.be/Dt0wmPNFvr8 8 Great Household Uses for Lemons http://youtu.be/HaRtVw-uN_Q Find a Wall Stud Without a Stud Finder http://youtu.be/5rIXFIwfoG0 Easy Cable Management http://youtu.be/RY2Ot5pAp9Y Winter Car Emergency Kit http://youtu.be/_QvMxNfw9ic Drinks Made Easy: 18 Cocktails http://youtu.be/IHC75Wq8tt8 60 Seconds to a Perfect Fire http://youtu.be/ejxeRPctQAw 4 things you can clean with WD-40 http://youtu.be/xslgcJpiFfU 1 trick to easily remove a full trash bag from a garbage can http://youtu.be/xoRsQAAq4T8 Paint roller tip to avoid paint roller cleaning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wsrqu2fkJW4 6 Rubber Band Tricks for DIY Projects: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bMXN_mZQ8g The Trick to Keeping Your Paint Tray Clean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KELRiuIjfbQ How to Get Clean Lines with Painters Tape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tut4V2dC3W0 Tour of the Porch Seattle Headquarters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVmBY_Jycd0 Filed under: cable coil, cord coil, coil a cord, cable management, hair dryer, diy, porch, porchdotcom, tips
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Obama: You're Paying Too Much For A Cable TV Box

Obama: You're Paying Too Much For A Cable TV Box

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Transcript: Hello, everybody. One of America’s greatest strengths is our free market. A thriving private sector is the lifeblood of our economy – it’s how we create jobs, expand opportunities, and give everybody a shot at success. It’s what has made America the strongest country on Earth. The most essential ingredient in a healthy free market is competition. But right now, too many companies are engaging in behaviors that stifle competition – like blocking new competitors from entering the market or limiting the information and options that give consumers real choice. As a consequence, the rest of us pay higher prices for lower quality products and services. Workers receive lower wages than they otherwise would. Small businesses and entrepreneurs can get squeezed out of the market. And none of that is fair – or good for our economy. The deck should not be stacked in favor of the wealthiest individuals and the biggest corporations, against working Americans. That’s why my administration is doing everything we can to reverse this trend and promote more competition in the marketplace. In addition to enforcing the rules on the books, I’ve directed federal agencies to identify anti-competitive behavior in different industries, and find new and specific ways to promote competition. One industry that’s ripe for change is cable TV. Right now, 99 percent of cable and satellite TV customers rent set-top boxes from their providers. According to one survey, this costs households an average of more than $230 per year. We spend some $20 billion to rent these devices. While we have almost unlimited choice in what we watch on television, from traditional programming to online content, there’s next to no competition to build a better, user-friendly product that allows you to easily access all this content in one place. So most consumers just rent whatever the cable company offers. Because we have to. That means companies have little incentive to innovate. As a consequence, we need multiple devices and controllers to access content from different sources. That makes no sense. So my administration has encouraged the FCC to remove the barriers to competition that prevent new players from offering innovative cable box options to consumers. We know this works. For years, Americans had to rent our telephones from the phone company. This was a while ago, but when the FCC finally unlocked competition for home phones, the marketplace was flooded with all kinds of phone options with new features, and at different price points. Consumers suddenly had many options. And the whole industry moved forward as a result. The same can happen with cable boxes, and in dozens of areas of our economy – all of which can make a difference in your everyday life. The bottom line is, competition is good for consumers, workers, businesses, and our economy. So I’m going to keep doing everything I can to make sure that our free market works for everyone. Thanks, and have a great weekend.
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How To S-Bend on a Cable

How To S-Bend on a Cable

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Sbends are cool, but they're soooo scary haha. Hopefully this gives you a bit of an insight into how to throw one. Best of luck with it and I hope you land it. Thanks for watching. David
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How much does a cable technician make per hour?

How much does a cable technician make per hour?

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How much does a cable tech make per hr http://findingcredit.blogspot.com/
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How to Install a Cable Modem and Save Money

How to Install a Cable Modem and Save Money

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Blacksmithing - Forging a Cable Damascus Rams Head Knife - Part 1 The Weld

Blacksmithing - Forging a Cable Damascus Rams Head Knife - Part 1 The Weld

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  • Updated: 25 Sep 2015
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This is Part 1 of 3 of taking a piece of 1 inch cable and forge welding and shaping it into a pretty cool knife... This part is the forge weld...
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Why you should never lock your motorcycle with a cable lock! | BikeBandit.com

Why you should never lock your motorcycle with a cable lock! | BikeBandit.com

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  • Updated: 29 Jan 2015
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We show you exactly how thieves get past cable locks on camera, by cutting through the thickest cable we carry with a tool you can carry in your pocket. Also, check out our tips to make your bike as theft-proof as can be by making your bike as much of a hassle to steal as possible!
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How to Build a Cable TV Descrambler

How to Build a Cable TV Descrambler

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  • Updated: 10 Dec 2007
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