Robert Miller: Hi again j cub I have become a big fan and I was wondering if placeing
fiber glass rods like the kind that they make forthe reflectors at the end
of driveways were inserted into the limbs of this bow would help to
decrease the loss of draw wheight when shooting in warm weather?
Robert Miller: Btw I would love to see the videocon the bow that you did thay is simular
to the liberty bow
megadeth22885: im curious if you ever ran this bow through a chronograph?
Lukáš Benda: I think, the much better is create hendle, which is curve back. And this is
because, you have longer pull on. On your bow only half arrow is used.
Robert Miller: do you have any schmatics for the cams for this bow that you can send me i
have an e-mail on yahoo that is email@example.com if you e_mail me i
will send you my mailing address so you can send me it along wit the size
of them that i can work with thank you
Cameron Thomason: The string dosent go back all the way
Robert Miller: also how do you string this bow completely from start to finish?
Banay Niv: now that you have 3d printer you can make really good cams
Robert Miller: also how did you attach the string to the out side of the cams or did you
finaly attach them to the out side of the limbs?
Robert Miller: thank you also like I said if you call the spots mans guide they carry
Kevlar cord in 25 foot lengths and sell it three for $13.49 which will come
to 75 feet I am ordering to lots like that and it is very low stretch also.
Robert Miller: by the way I have a suggestion for other builders if installing sights on
the bows and if looking for a good sight light to light up the pins for low
light use I have found a very good source that is also cheap it is the
party finger lights that are sold in three packs at a local family dollar
or similar place. they are only a dollar an light up the pin sight very
nicely if interested and are very lite in weight.
Robert Yasumura: Loved the video. I've watched a few of your videos and my only complaint
is the photography. You're back-lit a lot, so I can't see clearly what
you're doing. I would also gently suggest that you be careful of drastic
light changes, like shadows on a bright day. The camera can't handle it
well, and so anything in shade is lost. Great work.
Robert Miller: I am wondering how you attached your cables to your cam and also how you
fixed the problem of cam lean I mean after you fixed the problem of the
slipping and how you fixed that too?
Robert Miller: by the way how long are your limbs on this bow?
Robert Miller: by the way what is the diameter of your cams and how far in did you drill
the holes for the axels also I have an idea to prevent that string slip
that you had also I found a good source for string material and you can get
it from sports man guide it is Kevlar cord the number is 1-800-888-3006 it
is in their shooting catalog.
Robert Miller: thank you i am in the process of building a compound bow i cheated on the
cam thoe and bought one. I am flattening the whole limb tube but I am also
placing fiber glass rods inside of the limbs and trying to bend the tube
around the rod but in such way as it will be butted up against the rod ends
inside the limb tubes for both strength and power but still having problem
with idler wheel, can you give me any suggestions?
Robert Miller: hi again I have a question. can pvc be heated up enough to be bent around a
3/16 rod so that an axel hole can be formed and then epoxied in that
position with out cutting or drilling so that It does not lose strength for
using in the limbs of a diy compound bow? for instance the last two to
three inches flattened and then folded over said rod so that rod is 90
degrees to the pvc limb tube so it is like an axel for the cams ans or
idler wheel please get back to me and let me know also if you are
interested in compareing ideas further and if interested in talking 1on1 my
e-mail and messenger firstname.lastname@example.org I would greatly enjoy hearing
from you on this matter.
Robert Miller: also i would greatly love to see complete build along videos on both this
bow and other compound bows that you have made also on the experimental
super short bow my wife likes the way it looks and is wondering if you have
a complete build along for it and had an idea for it if possible if you
made the riser a little longer is there any way that you could add tha same
kind of sights like what you have on the larger compound bow that you made
completely out of pvc also we were both wondering what the poundage was on
the draw weight of the super short bow possibly for hunting as a survival
bow for a back pack or truck bow just a thought or even a super short bow
in a tree stand. would realy like to hear your thoughts on this.
Robert Miller: i wish that not only would you show how both of the cams are made, but also
how they are strung completely. I am a big fan of this site and I have some
ideas for improvements for instance instead of using 1/4-20 threaded rod
how about using 3/8 or 1/4 inch strait rod and using sealed bearings in the
cams and if possible idler wheel on your other bow also on your all pvc
compound would you be able to do a built up riser handle simular to the one
on the recurve with your special limbs? it is just a thought also instead
of tapping the ends of the axle rods for nuts why not just drill and use
either cotter pins or r-keys to hold the axles in place with both washers
and spacersfor the strings?
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