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SoyMilky
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When it comes to Thread Management you have:
The Amazing Joe Joe's.
TM (Thread Manager) Generation II - Mark Allen
Spinnerets by Steven X.
Bullets by The Great Steve Fearson.

I know that Bullets can be replaced with the good old Woolly Nylon.
I want to be able to re-spool thread managers with Good Old Sensible priced old Woolly Nylon when the spool ran out of the custom
super hyped latest and newest awesome thread.
Anyone know of a series of Thread Managers that allows you to fill it up with Woolly Nylon manually ?
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Joe Joe's Is my personal choice and it is made just for that - spooling your own thread like WN, Vectra... Both the "Web Spinner" which is a physical product that I use a lot and can be purchased cheap on his site (under DIY Web Spinner Kit) There is also his newest (over a year old at this point) Super Spinner which you can make for free. He put the whole thing online for free but accepts donations. Simply go to http://magicjoint.com/forums/? and scroll down to "Products" on the left of screen.

I have no idea about the TM G2 (never seen one)

Spinnerets are a no-go. They are not "refillable"

and Bullets are a great option also. I have several but do not re-spin them (as I have had no need to as of yet)
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I am so happy to know that you are using Joe Joe's web spinner Poof Daddy because I have a question about it !
Does it lock ? Can it lock after pulling a specific amount of thread ?
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Yes.
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I use the Web Spinner to strip my IT. Great tool.
But I make my own bullets. I was making them before they were on the market.
I bought a dowel stick. Cut it into pieces, sanded it smooth with a Dremel, wound WN thread on it, added wax and put it into a pen with the cartridge removed.
I make about 5 at a time as I need them.
You can unwind as much IT as you need and then screw the pen together and it's locked.
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How long a thread do you wrap around your own custom made bullet ?
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I wrap around 20-30 ft of WN thread around my bullet.
When I use it I unwind as much thread as I need and then recap the pen, which locks it .
About 2 ft for floating bill. And about 5 ft for spinning hummer card. It goes from pen, to behind ear to wax on card.
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Ill thow in my vote for the Web spinner it's great. Makes stripping easy and can be refilled easily
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