Thinking outside the box, why make the TI toggle a tube. It can easily be flat bar with a hole in the center of it. With a metal you loose the friction you have with wood unless you sandblast it to rough it up a little. Im thinking a 3" flat peice maybe with flared out ends to keep the loop from sliding off.
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We've gone a bit mad, here. The dowel works just fine. Or a piece of antler. og, keepin' it organic
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Looks like I'll be taking apart the hammock suspension again. Folks keep coming up with new things for me to try.
I think the round shape of the dowel is necessary to insure that the overlapping cords are pressing against each other and the dowel to achieve the friction needed.
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