That was way cool.
thick-walled heat shrink. I get mine at Orvac in Fullerton.
That hits the nail on the head.
Wow. As Heinlein would have said, "I am but an egg".
That's very interesting, Dave. Not sure I would have thought of that explanation.
You beat me to it. I just heard this was confirmed this morning. Excellent news.
Not presently, I'll consider that. It's a pretty busy user interface already though.
No, I don't get what your point really is, or what the point of the Navy analogy is. I'm Air Force, and we have a quote about the Navy: "200 years...
Yup, it's 100% in foil in my experience.
mfp, have you used it? and what is your weapon of choice?
The "ready" can be turned off. This feature was suggested by the sabre community.
As far as I know, you are allowed to run sanctioned tournaments without a conductive piste at all, or with only some strips having conductive...
The exchange between Joe and Neevel clarification: the EP shield inside the vinyl envelope is insulated from the piste, but attaching an exterior...
This needs some more testing, but it seems to be quite robust so far. Meaning: it always seems to work. Even when I used a shield that was only...
Thanks K O'N. Yes, I rewrote a bunch of that stuff to be compatible with EP. I really should update the docs soon.
I'd expect the SS feeler stock would work and be wear-proof, good call.
We originally used cheap foil HVAC tape experimentally to make the...
I'm a 23 year Air Force retired Lt. Col.
I fence foil.
I think it's fine.
I just got the new EP piste boxes I pre-ordered and also two rollup conductive pistes from Artos (Germany) that were sold as "Demos" after they...
VSM runs on any Windows PC since Windows 98. Any old, surplus laptop or desktop. Or a Windows Tablet; you can get a cheap tablet for around $80.
I've thought about doing this in VSM. Maybe I'll give it a try.
It's not a "grounding box"... it's the "piste-box" in their nomenclature. Supposed to be out this month. I'm thinking about getting a couple more.
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