• Cable Basics 101: Conductors - Brought to you by Allied Wire & Cable

    Visit Allied Wire & Cable at http://www.awcwire.com - There are many components that go into an electrical cable, from the conductor, to the insulation, to any shielding or jacketing it may have. Arguably, the most important component is the conductor, because without it, you don't have a cable. The conductor is at the center of the cable, and it carries the electrical signal from point A to point B. While that is the simplest definition, a lot goes into making and choosing the proper conductor for a particular cable. You need to choose the material, and any applicable coating. And what about stranding, or do you need solid? All of these choices are important when deciding on what conductor you want. You can choose copper, silver, nickel, silver or nickel plated, or a variety of h...

    published: 29 Nov 2010
  • A cable guy goes to a lonely woman's home to fix her TV... and gets more than he bargained for.

    It's not what you think at 5:30... 😃 SUBSCRIBE ► http://sub2.omele.to 'Afternoon Delight' is used with permission from Matteo Mosterts. Learn more at http://omele.to/2xyXK8Y. Filmmaker Matteo Mosterts tells the story of Bobby, a family man who is home alone and in the mood for some afternoon delight. Bobby's wife has taken the kids to grandma's house. He lowers the shades, changes in something more comfortable and sits down on the sofa -- popping in a film, "Afternoon Delight." He looks around the double-check that the coast is clear, then starts the movie. Mrs. Humphries hears a ring and answers the door -- it's Cable Guy. She's been waiting for him. Her television has acted up. She invites him in to take a look and he takes a look -- he immediately knows what the trouble is. As s...

    published: 31 Aug 2017
  • 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 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: "Guitar Neck Shootout: Fender vs Squier vs Mighty Mite" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgZgtRhcSIc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

    published: 13 May 2014
  • How to Crochet a Cable Afghan

    Don't let this design scare the daylights out of you because this Crochet Cablework Afghan is really easy if you look at this afghan row by row. The wonderful and most coolest thing about this design, once you start the main pattern after the 1st - 3 rows are done, every other row is just a straight single crochet across. This means, one row you need to think and the other row to get back is just a no brainer. The complete design is completed on the front side of the afghan so you can see it come together as your crochet. So if you are making an error, you will see it right away. So when you look at the diagram below, don't freak out. Take it line by line. The tutorial I have provided is extremely long. I follow you through the entire sheet. Once you get rows 1 - 14 done, you start aga...

    published: 13 Mar 2017
  • 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 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 use a cable needle in knitting

    This video demonstrates the technique for how to use a cable needle to create cables in knitted work.

    published: 10 Mar 2011
  • A Cable Strong Enough for Everyday Life - Belkin

    Not just any charge cable, DuraTek was forged from superior quality materials for ultimate durability. Kevlar fibers reinforce the inner wiring for added strength; abrasion-resistant nylon forms a tough outer jacket; and highly flexible insulation minimizes damage from friction. The strength created by these resilient ingredients is further enhanced by smart design details to reinforce the cable at its stress points. This ensures the finished product can withstand even the most demanding routines, and perform above and beyond expectation to deliver a cable that borders on indestructible. Learn more on Belkin.com: http://www.belkin.com/uk/p/P-F8J207/

    published: 15 Dec 2016
  • 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
  • What's inside the Undersea Internet Cable?

    DID YOU KNOW there are over 250 internet cables under the oceans of the world?!?! We CUT IN HALF a cable to see the amazing cross section! Watch Nat and Lo's awesome video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9R4tznCNB0&feature=youtu.be Watch our Behind the scenes here: https://youtu.be/bnnBfp0L5sk We post a new video EVERY WEEK, so, if you liked this video and want more like this then SUBSCRIBE and COMMENT on what you want to see next! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatsinside Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatsinside/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatsinsidethings Filmed in 4k on this camera: http://amzn.to/1UnXI82 WHATS INSIDE PO BOX 750 Kaysville, UT 84037 WARNING: We do not recommend you try what we do! Only do things the we do...

    published: 16 Dec 2016
  • 11 kV D.D.O. fuse explodes on a cable fault

    The HV cable was meggered and had one phase reading lower than the other two phases, although the 5 kV Megger didn't break it down fully. A low amperage high tension fuse was used to test the cable and avoid risking tripping the feeder. The fault developed as a phase to screen fault which was later traced and thumped. Fault found in the crutch of the PILCpart of cable in the.300 kVA transformer.

    published: 30 Dec 2011
  • A cable pioneer predicts TV's future

    John Hendricks created the Discovery Channel virtually out of his kitchen in 1985. With the TV industry now facing major changes, the author of "A Curious Discovery" explains why established players are hesitant to embrace some new forms of distribution.

    published: 06 Jun 2013
  • 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
  • Coax TV Cable stripping connector install - Compression and Threaded

    They also sell a tool for it on amazon: http://amzn.to/2eebBXh If using a razor blade, cut softly and just enough to pull off the sheath. To see the difference of an RG6 and an RG59 coax, watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6iShJrc56E They also sell a tool for it on amazon: http://amzn.to/2eebBXh

    published: 20 Feb 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
  • Reflected waves on a cable

    Showing how a square wave signal is distorted by reflections from the unterminated end of a cable. Also shows proper terminating resistance and its effects.

    published: 16 Apr 2009
  • PRO TIP: How to Coil Cable (Over/Under)

    Gaffer Dominic D’Astice is back with our promised follow-up with how to coil cable– using the over/under method! Last coiling cable video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypvmoCOzVxM Have questions about this method? Ask us and Dom directly in our forums: https://discuss.rocketjump.com/t/pro-tip-how-to-coil-cable-over-under-official-discussion/2937 Special thanks to RØDE for the rad mics we record on. http://www.rode.com Thanks for watching! More videos at http://school.rocketjump.com! You can also follow us on Facebook & Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/RJFilmSchool https://twitter.com/rjfilmschool

    published: 13 Aug 2015
  • Small cable crosses on the needle (without a cable needle or loose stitches)

    Small cables can be worked on the needles without using a cable needle or having free stitches. I mostly stick to this method for 1x1 cable twists, and it can really speed up one's progress through a stitch pattern. The first 2.5min is a quick run through of 1st cables. I had planned a slower view of both the left and right cross, but I accidentally deleted a file so there's only the very slow and methodical view of the left cross. The video ends on working left and right crosses for 2 over 2 cables, and why reorienting the stitches is better than trying to work between stitches for those. I do not recommend this for cables bigger than 1x1 if the fabric is dense. 2x2 is OK, but as the cable gets wider the stitches are stressed more and it becomes harder and harder to get them to stretc...

    published: 27 Feb 2014
  • How To Wrap A BNC Video Cable or XLR Audio Cable

    Learn how to properly wrap a BNC and Audio cables. This is a simple, how-to tutorial. If you're just starting out in the film industry or want to be a PA, this is a great video to learn a bit of set etiquette.

    published: 26 Sep 2013
  • Secret Free TV Signal Through Internet with NO Cable Subscription or Equipment

    If this works for you please LIKE and share with others. Spread the word! More tips to cut the cord! This requires you have an INTERNET subscription through your cable provider. You do NOT need a cable tv subscription to make this work. The cable provider still sends this secret tv HD signals for dozens of over-the-air local channels through the cable. If you use a splitter make sure you buy a splitter for DIGITAL signal. Use this method to get rid of your external antenna. You can run a cable straight out of the wall outlet to the back of the tv. Then run the auto program channel procedure and watch how many channels come up! Subscribe by clicking here, THANKS!: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzwrYE_O3V-havvPycreeiA?sub_confirmation=1 See the whole series of playlists and my oth...

    published: 15 Jan 2017
  • How to make a cable STRIPPING MACHINE from scrap

    This machine used to to be used for washing steel plates at a shop,I took out all the junk in the middle and adapted it ..I still use it .I later installed twin rollers onto the previous machine,they work a lot better.If you have any questions please ask .MY channel is about Japan and my life in Japan and I also write funny songs ,help the homeless ,make skits using several characters .please have a browse around look at the vids on the front page ,i never edit,coming up to 2500 videos..Thanks.

    published: 06 Sep 2012
  • How to Coil a cable

    http://www.howtomakeanything.com Want to coil a cable that won't get tangled when unraveled? Here's how!

    published: 28 May 2009
  • Cables Without a Cable Needle

    Increase your speed by eliminating the use of a cable needle in cable knitting. Both left and right cross cables are demonstrated.

    published: 29 May 2012
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Cable Basics 101: Conductors - Brought to you by Allied Wire & Cable

Cable Basics 101: Conductors - Brought to you by Allied Wire & Cable

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Visit Allied Wire & Cable at http://www.awcwire.com - There are many components that go into an electrical cable, from the conductor, to the insulation, to any shielding or jacketing it may have. Arguably, the most important component is the conductor, because without it, you don't have a cable. The conductor is at the center of the cable, and it carries the electrical signal from point A to point B. While that is the simplest definition, a lot goes into making and choosing the proper conductor for a particular cable. You need to choose the material, and any applicable coating. And what about stranding, or do you need solid? All of these choices are important when deciding on what conductor you want. You can choose copper, silver, nickel, silver or nickel plated, or a variety of high strength alloys as your conductor material. Each of these options has its own benefits and limitations on where they should be used. After choosing a conductor material, you need to choose between solid or stranded. Solid simply means your conductor will be one piece of metal, while stranded is a bunch of smaller pieces held together, which increases the flexibliity of the wire. If you choose stranded, you need to choose your laying options: bunched, unilay or rope lay. The lay will determine how the strands are configured around each other.
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A cable guy goes to a lonely woman's home to fix her TV... and gets more than he bargained for.

A cable guy goes to a lonely woman's home to fix her TV... and gets more than he bargained for.

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It's not what you think at 5:30... 😃 SUBSCRIBE ► http://sub2.omele.to 'Afternoon Delight' is used with permission from Matteo Mosterts. Learn more at http://omele.to/2xyXK8Y. Filmmaker Matteo Mosterts tells the story of Bobby, a family man who is home alone and in the mood for some afternoon delight. Bobby's wife has taken the kids to grandma's house. He lowers the shades, changes in something more comfortable and sits down on the sofa -- popping in a film, "Afternoon Delight." He looks around the double-check that the coast is clear, then starts the movie. Mrs. Humphries hears a ring and answers the door -- it's Cable Guy. She's been waiting for him. Her television has acted up. She invites him in to take a look and he takes a look -- he immediately knows what the trouble is. As she crawls over to seduce him, he leans back atop a squishy toy. He asks if she has a dog. She pauses and begins to ear up, saying her dog Garfunkel died last week. He tries to console her and reveals that his pet Capt. Pringle's had passed away a year ago, too. Suddenly, she asks if he'd like some tea. Bobby is watching in disbelief. Cable Guy and Mrs. Humphries sit in the kitchen talking about their pets. As music plays in the background, he asks if it's "Afternoon Delight" by the Starland Vocal Band. She tells him it's playing on vinyl in the other room. They bond over the band and love of the song, "California Day." Bobby is beginning to get upset. They lay in the other room listening to music. Cable Guy gets a phone call but doesn't pick up -- it's his ex-wife. Mrs. Humphries revels that she can get a bit lonely, as well. He looks over and tells her she isn't alone now. Bobby admits the music is good and he can see why they like it. Cable Guy and Mrs. Humphries begin to flirt in the kitchen. As the day goes by, they drink wine in the yard and throw popcorn at each other. Bobby begins to tear up. Then, they work out with the television in the living room. Bobby starts to get bored and fast forwards the film. It's nighttime and Cable Guy and Mrs. Humphries are reading under the covers with a flashlight. Then, the doorbell rings. She asks him to answer it -- she'll be down in a minute. It's Mrs. Humphries niece, Libby. She asks Cable Guy who he is, as she seductively licks a lollipop. Bobby begins to get excited again. Libby asks if her aunt is home -- she hurt her knee. He invites her in. He gets an ice bag from the refrigerator and begins to treat her leg. Mrs. Humphries returns. As they begin to touch each other seductively, Libby sees a picture of Garfunkel and asks where he is. Mrs. Humphries breaks down in tears again. Cable Guy tells Libby that Garfunkel died and Libby begins to cry, too. Frustrated, Bobby starts to yell that nobody loves a dog so much. Suddenly, Bobby's wife returns -- she forgot her phone. Bobby is busted -- his feet are on the coffee table again. He denies it. When his wife asks why it's so dark, he tries to play it off that he's just watching a movie. But she doesn't buy it -- she tells him she's seen the film before and they never get intimate. Bobby shrugs it off and continues to watch. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Connect with Omeleto! Facebook ► http://facebook.com/omeletocom/ Twitter ► http://twitter.com/omeletocom Instagram ► http://instagram.com/omeletocom/ Snapchat ► http://snapchat.com/add/omeletocom Newsletter ► http://omeleto.com/join/ 🎬 Got a film? Submit it to us for consideration at http://omeleto.com/submit/ ⚠️ Omeleto has permission to broadcast this video. If you believe this video should not be broadcasted on our channel, please contact legal@omeleto.com to remedy the situation.
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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 Wrap a Cable the Right Way "Over Under"

How to 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: "Guitar Neck Shootout: Fender vs Squier vs Mighty Mite" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgZgtRhcSIc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How to Crochet a Cable Afghan

How to Crochet a Cable Afghan

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  • Updated: 13 Mar 2017
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Don't let this design scare the daylights out of you because this Crochet Cablework Afghan is really easy if you look at this afghan row by row. The wonderful and most coolest thing about this design, once you start the main pattern after the 1st - 3 rows are done, every other row is just a straight single crochet across. This means, one row you need to think and the other row to get back is just a no brainer. The complete design is completed on the front side of the afghan so you can see it come together as your crochet. So if you are making an error, you will see it right away. So when you look at the diagram below, don't freak out. Take it line by line. The tutorial I have provided is extremely long. I follow you through the entire sheet. Once you get rows 1 - 14 done, you start again at Row 1 and so on. It's not hard. Get the free pattern plus diagrams shown on this tutorial at: http://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-cablework-afghan-tutorial/
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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 trace and track wires using a cable tracker

How to trace and track wires using a cable tracker

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  • Updated: 03 Aug 2014
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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 use a cable needle in knitting

How to use a cable needle in knitting

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  • Updated: 10 Mar 2011
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This video demonstrates the technique for how to use a cable needle to create cables in knitted work.
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A Cable Strong Enough for Everyday Life - Belkin

A Cable Strong Enough for Everyday Life - Belkin

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  • Updated: 15 Dec 2016
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Not just any charge cable, DuraTek was forged from superior quality materials for ultimate durability. Kevlar fibers reinforce the inner wiring for added strength; abrasion-resistant nylon forms a tough outer jacket; and highly flexible insulation minimizes damage from friction. The strength created by these resilient ingredients is further enhanced by smart design details to reinforce the cable at its stress points. This ensures the finished product can withstand even the most demanding routines, and perform above and beyond expectation to deliver a cable that borders on indestructible. Learn more on Belkin.com: http://www.belkin.com/uk/p/P-F8J207/
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How to Do a Cable Stitch | Knitting

How to Do a Cable Stitch | Knitting

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  • Updated: 03 Jul 2013
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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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What's inside the Undersea Internet Cable?

What's inside the Undersea Internet Cable?

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DID YOU KNOW there are over 250 internet cables under the oceans of the world?!?! We CUT IN HALF a cable to see the amazing cross section! Watch Nat and Lo's awesome video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9R4tznCNB0&feature=youtu.be Watch our Behind the scenes here: https://youtu.be/bnnBfp0L5sk We post a new video EVERY WEEK, so, if you liked this video and want more like this then SUBSCRIBE and COMMENT on what you want to see next! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatsinside Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatsinside/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatsinsidethings Filmed in 4k on this camera: http://amzn.to/1UnXI82 WHATS INSIDE PO BOX 750 Kaysville, UT 84037 WARNING: We do not recommend you try what we do! Only do things the we do in our videos IF you are assisted by a qualified adult under proper safety measures. Always think ahead, and remember that any project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK. Remember our motto "We cut things open so you don't have to." so we do not recommend you try anything we do.
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11 kV D.D.O. fuse explodes on a cable fault

11 kV D.D.O. fuse explodes on a cable fault

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The HV cable was meggered and had one phase reading lower than the other two phases, although the 5 kV Megger didn't break it down fully. A low amperage high tension fuse was used to test the cable and avoid risking tripping the feeder. The fault developed as a phase to screen fault which was later traced and thumped. Fault found in the crutch of the PILCpart of cable in the.300 kVA transformer.
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A cable pioneer predicts TV's future

A cable pioneer predicts TV's future

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John Hendricks created the Discovery Channel virtually out of his kitchen in 1985. With the TV industry now facing major changes, the author of "A Curious Discovery" explains why established players are hesitant to embrace some new forms of distribution.
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How To Properly Roll Cable

How To Properly Roll Cable

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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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Coax TV Cable stripping connector install - Compression and Threaded

Coax TV Cable stripping connector install - Compression and Threaded

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They also sell a tool for it on amazon: http://amzn.to/2eebBXh If using a razor blade, cut softly and just enough to pull off the sheath. To see the difference of an RG6 and an RG59 coax, watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6iShJrc56E They also sell a tool for it on amazon: http://amzn.to/2eebBXh
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How to knit a cable scarf

How to knit a cable scarf

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Reflected waves on a cable

Reflected waves on a cable

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Showing how a square wave signal is distorted by reflections from the unterminated end of a cable. Also shows proper terminating resistance and its effects.
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PRO TIP: How to Coil Cable (Over/Under)

PRO TIP: How to Coil Cable (Over/Under)

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Gaffer Dominic D’Astice is back with our promised follow-up with how to coil cable– using the over/under method! Last coiling cable video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypvmoCOzVxM Have questions about this method? Ask us and Dom directly in our forums: https://discuss.rocketjump.com/t/pro-tip-how-to-coil-cable-over-under-official-discussion/2937 Special thanks to RØDE for the rad mics we record on. http://www.rode.com Thanks for watching! More videos at http://school.rocketjump.com! You can also follow us on Facebook & Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/RJFilmSchool https://twitter.com/rjfilmschool
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Small cable crosses on the needle (without a cable needle or loose stitches)

Small cable crosses on the needle (without a cable needle or loose stitches)

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Small cables can be worked on the needles without using a cable needle or having free stitches. I mostly stick to this method for 1x1 cable twists, and it can really speed up one's progress through a stitch pattern. The first 2.5min is a quick run through of 1st cables. I had planned a slower view of both the left and right cross, but I accidentally deleted a file so there's only the very slow and methodical view of the left cross. The video ends on working left and right crosses for 2 over 2 cables, and why reorienting the stitches is better than trying to work between stitches for those. I do not recommend this for cables bigger than 1x1 if the fabric is dense. 2x2 is OK, but as the cable gets wider the stitches are stressed more and it becomes harder and harder to get them to stretch the necessary distance. 3x3 is about the limit I would work assuming the fabric is loose enough. This method of working the stitches out of sequence by reaching between the stitches and pulling the leading leg forward or back can be used for other things like directional decreases as well. I'm a Combined knitter. If the purling looks wacky, that's why. This is also why I show Eastern and Western oriented stitches for both of the crosses, rather than assume a Western orientation.
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How To Wrap A BNC Video Cable or XLR Audio Cable

How To Wrap A BNC Video Cable or XLR Audio Cable

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Learn how to properly wrap a BNC and Audio cables. This is a simple, how-to tutorial. If you're just starting out in the film industry or want to be a PA, this is a great video to learn a bit of set etiquette.
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Secret Free TV Signal Through Internet with NO Cable Subscription or Equipment

Secret Free TV Signal Through Internet with NO Cable Subscription or Equipment

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If this works for you please LIKE and share with others. Spread the word! More tips to cut the cord! This requires you have an INTERNET subscription through your cable provider. You do NOT need a cable tv subscription to make this work. The cable provider still sends this secret tv HD signals for dozens of over-the-air local channels through the cable. If you use a splitter make sure you buy a splitter for DIGITAL signal. Use this method to get rid of your external antenna. You can run a cable straight out of the wall outlet to the back of the tv. Then run the auto program channel procedure and watch how many channels come up! Subscribe by clicking here, THANKS!: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzwrYE_O3V-havvPycreeiA?sub_confirmation=1 See the whole series of playlists and my other videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzwrYE_O3V-havvPycreeiA/playlists?view_as=public See how to use your Android smartphone as a TV guide and remote control for your tv using over-the-air channels: https://youtu.be/FsWq11t3vTw
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How to make a cable  STRIPPING MACHINE from scrap

How to make a cable STRIPPING MACHINE from scrap

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This machine used to to be used for washing steel plates at a shop,I took out all the junk in the middle and adapted it ..I still use it .I later installed twin rollers onto the previous machine,they work a lot better.If you have any questions please ask .MY channel is about Japan and my life in Japan and I also write funny songs ,help the homeless ,make skits using several characters .please have a browse around look at the vids on the front page ,i never edit,coming up to 2500 videos..Thanks.
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How to Coil a cable

How to Coil a cable

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http://www.howtomakeanything.com Want to coil a cable that won't get tangled when unraveled? Here's how!
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Cables Without a Cable Needle

Cables Without a Cable Needle

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  • Updated: 29 May 2012
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Increase your speed by eliminating the use of a cable needle in cable knitting. Both left and right cross cables are demonstrated.
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