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Picket Placement…What Will Create A Stronger Anchor?

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Of the two photos above, which do you think will provide a stronger anchor point. Comment #1 or #2.

The “Arizona Crane-Tex”

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                        With amazing equipment…amazing ideas come to life. I call this the “Arizona Crane-Tex”                                        

The Recipe For Adjustability 2 Pulleys- 2 Prusiks

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Compression Load Transfer Technique

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Our Training Is Going To Reach New Heights

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I’ve admired the content that Rescue Response Gear and The Rigging Lab Academy has created for many years now. Pat Rhodes produced some amazing video content for The Rigging Lab and unbeknownst to him truly inspired me to explore and fall in love with an entirely different side of rigging. When I received an email […]

Who Said Cribbing Was Just For Supporting Loads…

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During a class I was running a problem presented itself. Because of the anchor location in relation to the load, the mainline was being forced against the structure. Utilizing directional pulleys to steer the rope away from the structure wasn’t an option because any and all anchor points were on the same side of the […]

Today The Prusik Was Assigned A New Job

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      Outside of the Arizona Vortex legs creating a amazing piece of equipment, they also make a nice anchor point. The only thing I didn’t care for was how the rope , once under a load would be compressed against the leg itself. After kicking some ideas around I found that a prusik […]

Repurposing TGI’s For Good Use

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One Simple Word Can Ignite A Big Change

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Understanding Force Using A Pencil

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