- ChainTab Prep.
- 8 in 1 ChainTab
- 10 in 1 ChainTab
- Captured ChainTab
- Flat TabMail
- Flat TabMail (Reinforced)
- Banded Tab
- Banded TabMail
- Simple Banded Tab
- Flat TabScale
- Flat TabScale (Reverse)
- TabScale (Reverse)
- TabScale (Inverse)
- Double TabScale
- PopScale Prep
- Double Flat Tabscale
This is similar to the tab scales although it looks less “Scaly”. It has very similar bending properties, but just doesn’t look as cool. (Yeah I know my complaint is looks but meh whatever) This uses 16 ga 5/16 AR 4.2 Bright Aluminum Rings I purchase mine from TheRingLord, but as long as they are 5/16 and 14-18 ga any ring should work fine. I chose Bright Aluminum to match properly with the aluminum can tabs. This particular weave came about with me farting around with some leather string (which expect some of that here later on.) This sort of already existed in concept and it’s weird that I didn’t make it when I did the other Double Tabscale
- Difficulty: 1/5 – This is very easy to do.
- Flexibility: 5/5 – It bends outward, but not inward
- Tabs per sq. ft: ~800
- Rings per sq. ft: ~300
1. Lay the tabs out where you have 2 sets of tabs facing back to back.
2. Then its simply connecting with a single ring.
3. Then layer another set on top and have a single ring going through all 8 tabs
4. Then it’s simply going out to a desired patch size (this is easy enough to do in pieces and connect up later.)
5. Adding a row is simple enough.
6. And go out to your desired height.
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