Great information, but I can't decipher this bit:
Originally Posted by fiya79
but the results were consistent (low sigma). the webbing was good 10 about 1200 lbs
Also, a linear pull like on a buckle loop seems straightforward where there is one load bearing and one tail. Would the math/shear be radically different where there are two load bearing ends at large angles? I think vector physics is involved and don't know how to phrase, but maybe the two loads work on the stitch exponentially instead of additive? Or, maybe it's February.
Like most things worth doing, it isn't worth the time, but is worth the doing.