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Old 08-02-2020, 12:20 AM
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start making 8125 flemish

After a few strings, realising the thickness of 2 different color material varies a bit, even though they are both 8125 material

I can feel n see the difference before twisting

So the string is still OK if I keep it 18 strands max, once I try to make 20.....The difference is magnified by the overall thickness of two bundles.....

Is this a batch problem? Or a common issue of 8125?

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Old 08-02-2020, 03:49 AM
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With all materials, the florescent will be thicker. The color is an applied coating - dyneema does not take dye. Differences in non fluorescent will be more about wax content which can be balanced out using a piece of serving to strip/burnish the finished string before center serving.
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Old 08-02-2020, 04:08 AM
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With all materials, the florescent will be thicker. The color is an applied coating - dyneema does not take dye. Differences in non fluorescent will be more about wax content which can be balanced out using a piece of serving to strip/burnish the finished string before center serving.
Thx a lot for the knowledge Steve

Yes it is the flor green being thicker~
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