The Making of a Carabiner: a visit to DMMby Dave Gill and Mick Ryan Feb/2009
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The bread and butter of DMM's climbing hardware business is the carabiner - the simple snap link. This essential tool in the climber's rack can be taken for granted, but despite its simple appearance, hundreds of hours of design and work go in to each model.
The process involved in making a modern carabiner is detailed below in this editorial video.
(imagesİ Mick Ryan, UKClimbing.com)
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