fish wire

fish wire

A wire used to pull an electrical conductor through a conduit, 1.
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Riders were horrified last month to find fish wire stretched at neck height between trees on steep cycling paths.
Sana Ibrahim's piece Steamer, made up of fish wire and powered by electricity, depicts the monotony of the mechanical life and the human body in motion.
Drive back to Eugene, get fish wire, return, break off mast light I just glued on, run halyard through mast and reattach mast light - this time with duct tape.
"The tubes are open pipes where you can fish wire to any room in the house," says Misterek.
``There are stories of blues men who tied fish wire and nails to their house and made a guitar out of that.
flexible drill bit to drill holes through the floor joists in the finished ceiling so he could fish wire through them and install new recessed lights.
Nicole Farhi sets the tone perfectly with this spray of freshwater pearls casually spun on to a length of fish wire. Price: pounds 59.
She initially used fish wire and cables but hit on shredded plastics to give her work more body.