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  • agrip
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    There are two ways to rig a level wind, that quickly come to mind.

    #1 Crossed helical slots, controlling a line guide eye.
    (yes a deliberatly superimposed left and right thread)
    You have seen a fast combo on a Yankee tool.

    #2 A heart cam controlling a distribution lever.
    Common as dirt on bobbin winders of old sewing machines.

    Haven't looked a a cylindrical "string ball" winder lately.
    Cable lacing cord still comes on those.

    Hth Ag

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  • Guido
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    Ball Reverser

    Google: Flennor Ball Reverser

    Industrial duty configurations for controlling layers of cable or whatever, on a spooling system, ie. level wind fishing reels.

    We've installed six Flennor devices now, for everyday operations. Spooling quarter inch diameter hoist cable on 18 inch diameter spools, with a width betwix flanges of 12 inches. No problems.

    Somewhat pricey, but that depends on relative values of what is being spooled, and why, I guess.

    G

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  • dp
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    It's a self-reversing lead screw.

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  • wb8mdy
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    Drive Name

    I am trying to find the name or how to make the type drive that is used on fishing reels to traverse the line back and forth while cranking in one direction.
    I need to make a 6" one for a project that I am working on. Any help would very much be appreciated.
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