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July 16, 2012

See what fun we have in Physics

All this time we thought Dan was working in South Dakota but he has been weaving!


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Hello -

I just used your Backstrap Loom and a Kromski 4" Stick Shuttle on an unusual project - I am an astrophysicist working on a particle detector (featured in the January 2011 issue of Popular Science). The detector requires many fine wires to monitor sensors, and the wires and connectors were getting tangled and damaged. I used the loom with a monofilament plastic thread for the weft and our wires as the weave to make a short length of loomed wires to hold in a connector. My colleagues and I were thrilled with the results!

Thanks for your great products!!

Best,
Dan A.

Posted by elg11 at July 16, 2012 11:18 AM

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