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Looking for a cool new slackline wallpaper for your electronic device? Look no further, we've got you covered! The wallpaper can be downloaded in several sizes for different screens:

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Posted in slackpics By Stephan Chudowski

Russia's slack community is vivid. Moscow slackgirl Elena Kustowa sends her first 20m highline on MOTM webbing in this picture on a railway bridge near the metropolis. Get your own MOTM in our slackline shop: https://raed-slacklines.com/motm-tubular-nylon-slackline-webbing

Posted in slackpics By Stephan Chudowski
Destruction pr0n ftw: In preparation for the International Slackline Association - ISA safety certification of weblocks we performed some internal tests of our weblocks. And we want to share the results with you. On a highline your life might depend on our gear. That's why we believe it's important for you to know that you can trust Raed Slacklines gear under all the weirdest circumstances and under heaviest conditions. In this test we performed a single wrap with Parsec webbing on both weblocks. The recent 2017 version and the discontinued 2016 version. As you can see, the webbing slips once in the 2016 version at 25 kN. At 30 kN the webbing breaks in the 2016 model. In the recent 2017 model no slipping occures and a breaking strength of more than 30 kN is maintained. Stay safe and keep the balance!
Posted in news By Stephan Chudowski

140m of glorious feelings

5/18/2018 11:44 AM

140m of glorious feelings. At the place where human flight was invented. Otto Lilienthal would be proud of Sebastian and his friends from Slackline Brandenburg! https://raed-slacklines.com/parsec-longline-webbing pic: Daniel Neumann

Posted in slackpics By Stephan Chudowski

A highline in Brandenburg

5/8/2018 2:48 PM

The combination of Parsec webbing for both, main- & backup line has proven to be a very easy to learn setup for beginner highlines. Raimon visited this beginner's session for a quick ride to demonstrate, how it's done the right way. Thanks for joining in and teaching! Parsec webbing: https://raed-slacklines.com/parsec-longline-webbing PRO weblock: https://raed-slacklines.com/pro-weblock

Posted in slackpics By Stephan Chudowski

Anytime when you want to walk across a slackline, you have to tension it first. The only eception from this is a rodeo line - which is completely untensioned and therefore much harder to learn and control because it moves completely free under the feet of the slackliner.

Tensioning a slackline can be an easy task for very short lines - and it can need quite the effort for longer lines. If you don't tension your longline enough, you might end up standing on the ground in the middle of the line, without being able to cross it completely (sending it).

The most efficient slackline pulley system in the world.

We are very bold in our advertising. From the beginning we proudly claimed to have engineered the most efficient slackline-pulleysystem out there. As you can see, Martha is able to tension her high tension Nylon Longline one handed with the PRO Pulley system.

While classic 5:1 slackline pulleysystems achieve an average efficiency of about 50%-65% (A.Schulz et al., 2013, https://vimeo.com/74945094), our goal was set a lot higher: We wanted a 9:1 pulley system, so it contains more ball bearings, that might create more (!) friction, but we wanted it to be much more efficient at the same time - in other words: we wanted double the bearings but less friction in total. So we had to absolutely minimize the friction. This is where the engineering process started and - long story short - we found a way to achieve this.

Last month one of our potential customers sent us the question, how efficient it really is and how it compares to the competitors in the market. So we used the first sunny days of spring to head out to the park and measure some values to start the calculations on the efficiency of our PRO pulleysystem.

We measured the force that is needed to pull the rope out of the pulley system to tension a longline to a certain load in the line. Then we put these values into a ratio, comparing it to the theoretical mechanical advantage that would be achieved without any friction in the system. The ratio of the real value to the theoretical value is called the "efficiency" of the whole pulley system.

In addition to the averaged values of the 2013 OID study from Alexander Schulz, we also added the measured values from Samuel Volery et al., who published values about the efficiency of his Hangover Pulley System in 2017 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEdHMDOHbOw), to compare them with the field. As the HPS produces quite different values with different webbings, we calculated the average value of all the measured 9:1 values to compare them with the averaged values of the rope pulley systems.

As expected, the numbers show that the HPS is the least efficient way to tension long slacklines compared to efficient rope pulley systms. It takes you nearly 50% more power to tension with a HPS compared to the raed PRO pulley system.

 

Posted in news By Stephan Chudowski

Awesome! :) Get your Helium webbing here: https://raed-slacklines.com/helium-polyester-slackline-webbing

Posted in slackpics By Stephan Chudowski

A highline in the sky

4/16/2018 12:46 PM

Walking a highline is like dancing in the sky. Playing with the clouds is one of raed athlete Sebastian Klimke's favorite dances. Highline slackline in the sky

Posted in slackpics By Stephan Chudowski

raed customer Jonas Schneider shows his locked arms exposure skills on raed's good old #FFF webbing. This webbing is discontinued, but you can train your skills on Parsec, our famous longline webbing: https://raed-slacklines.com/parsec-longline-webbingSlackline exposure with locked arms

Posted in slackpics By Stephan Chudowski

raed Parsec webbing is the easiest way to tension a beautiful line in very short time. Its low stretch makes it possible, for example in this beautiful sunset waterline in Russia. Get your Parsec webbing here: https://raed-slacklines.com/parsec-longline-webbing waterline in sunset

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