Then begin the main body of blanket. When Professor Xavier's son Legion travels back in time to kill Magneto in the "Legion Quest" storyline, Beast notes that Cable possesses "latent time-travel abilities". Lovely pattern knitted in DK Wool. Double knitting wool needed for this pattern. Originally, both were limited by his need to restrain his techno-organic infection, and his powers were negligible compared to his more traditional fighting skills.
On this mission, Cable was helped by a mutant named Clarity. Clarity soon revealed the Dark Mother and a family of female psychics called the Dark Sisterhood. They alleged that they were responsible for ensuring that enough powerful psychics would be bred to ensure their dominance through the centuries including Jean Grey. The Sisters used their powers for criminal activity, hoping to usurp the world.
Bridge, and the recently returned Rachel Summers defeated the Sisters and destroyed their collection of data. The release of the Legacy Virus cure weakened the techno-organic virus. This allowed Cable the opportunity to reach inside himself and remove the T-O virus from his system. Cable then achieved the peak of his powers. Knowing this could not last long before he burned out as X-Man almost did at those power levels, he arranged for what he thought would be the best thing he could do in his last days.
Attempting to unite the world, Cable gathered the missing pieces of his long-destroyed space station, Graymalkin, from across the globe to telekinetically create the floating island of Providence above the South Pacific Ocean.
Cable also restored a variation of his time displacement core, TDC, the teleport matrix, which enabled him to teleport around the world. Although, forgetting that they had merged on a genetic level, meant that the teleportation matrix on board registered Cable and Deadpool as one and they would teleport merged together, unless they remembered to body-slide by two. Cable accepted anyone and everyone to live in his separate floating island.
Several thousand of the world's greatest minds, from scientists to philosophers, philanthropists to writers, accepted Cable's invitation. Cable attempted to bring peaceful Clan Askani solutions to his people. Although his intentions were just, the governments of the world and S.
After Cable teleported to the S. Helicarrier and demanded the governments of the world destroy their arms, the American government sent jets and fired two hundred and forty-seven missiles, which Cable stopped with a telekinetic shield and funneled out of Earth's atmosphere.
Meanwhile, Cable, hired Deadpool to put together the pieces of a mini-teleporter that they could use to stop him, without quite knowing what it was. Next, the X-Men were sent, but after Cable spoke with his father, the battle stopped.
Cable confessed to Cyclops, after Deadpool had declined to play his role and disable him, that he'd wanted him to kill him and that he knew he was about to burn out. Cable stated that he wanted to set an example of how the world could work together, even if it was against him. At that moment, Fury contacted Mr. Fantastic and asked the Silver Surfer to stop Cable. The battle between Cable and the Silver Surfer vaporized sections of Providence, but they put it back together at the same time.
After the Surfer blasted much of Cable's left side off, Providence began to fall. As Providence prepared to crash into the ocean, Deadpool teleported Cable to Safehouse 14 and, at his prompting, used the teleporter to lobotomize him. Marvel Girl began to lower the island, but Cable regained control and lowered the island into the ocean and give a final message to the world.
While he was left in a coma and with many people around the globe now referring to him as "the Savior" and applications to immigrate to Providence going through the roof, Deadpool hired the Fixer to bond benign techno-organic mesh to Cable, saving him although he remains hugely de-powered. Shortly thereafter, Cable vanished in killing a mutant-hunting beast called the Skornn at the head of a reformed X-Force.
At roughly the same time, Deadpool, having been brainwashed by a supervillain information broker called the Black Box to kill the "Greatest Threat to Mankind", teleported to Providence to find and kill Cable, who he perceived as the greatest superhuman threat.
Subconsciously needing to find Cable in order to fulfill his programming, Deadpool suggested they use his teleportation-link with Cable to find him and Forge constructed a harness to allow the two X-Force members to follow him. They then proceeded to travel through three alternate worlds, Earth where Cable had become War ; a horseman of Apocalypse, one where Brother Nathan had succeeded in his messiah-like mission and had become a benevolent dictator where even mild indigestion was immediately dealt with through outside help , and one where Phalanx had become the central consciousness of a Phalanx infestation of Earth.
Finally, they landed in the House of M reality and found an infant Cable being raised by the marginalized Mister Sinister HoM on a farm. Sinister used an extract from Deadpool 's immune system to accelerate Cable's physical development; however, this also caused Cable's powers to almost immediately manifest, and the infant Cable lashed out indiscriminately with his new-found telekinesis.
Before Mister Sinister HoM could regain control over Cable, Deadpool grabbed the baby and teleported seconds before the world reverted from the House of M reality to the normal Marvel universe. Since the pair were in transit when the reversion occurred, Cable was unaffected and thus was still a child as Deadpool returned with him to Providence.
There, when Forge ran tests and discerned that the child was, in fact, the real Cable, Deadpool's brainwashing kicked in once more and he attempted to kill Cable.
Siryn and Cannonball delayed him until Deadpool shot himself in the head. As Cable rapidly aged back into mid-childhood, he read Deadpool's mind and found who had brainwashed him. As X-Force went to confront the Black Box, Cable decided that to he wanted to have his memory restored and to cure Deadpool's brain damage, even though it would once more cost him his powers. He succeeded, although X-Force found only a LMD Black Box at his base and he soon returned to his original age, whereupon his accelerated aging stopped.
Cable also revealed that he was the one responsible for Apocalypse's post House of M revival, stating that the Mutant community needed a powerful threat to Rally against. Believing that the X-Men would inevitably defeat Apocalypse yet again bringing the remaining Mutant community together, Cable judged "the risks worth the rewards".
Cable was active in Rumekistan 's revolution and allied himself with Captain America in opposing the Superhuman Registration Act. Cable was betrayed and shot in the back of the head by Deadpool in the sewer system of the country of Rumekistan.
Cable was left outside of the sewer because, as Deadpool stated "Even I wouldn't leave a guy in a sewer. Bridge, Solo , Anaconda and Hammer with the intent on freeing them later, and taking on Domino as his lover once again.
He had a meeting with Captain America and offered him sanctuary, but when Captain America refused his offer, he joined his 'Secret Avengers'. He left the Secret Avengers after the death of Goliath. Cable seemingly died when Gambit and Sunfire detonated Providence. Cable actually survived, and resurfaced in possession of the first mutant baby girl to be born after M-Day.
The X-Men, Marauders, and Purifiers had been seeking the child. In the end Cable convinced Cyclops to allow him to take the baby into the future. Even in the future Bishop was able to track them down, but Cable escaped with the help of a future Sam Guthrie. Cable took refuge in the future in the secluded safe haven of New Liberty, where Cable got married to a resident named Hope, who later died defending the child.
Cable decided to name the child Hope , in honor of her deceased stepmother. Hope and Cable were separated in time, appearing in the same spot but in different years.
When Cable touched down from the spot, he appeared two years after Hope, and was steadily losing control of his body due to the techno-organic virus within him.
It altered his appearance so much that Hope didn't register Cable's face. Eventually, Bishop, using his code-name as a way to portray himself as a holy figure, gained on them, and Cable and Hope commandeered the last ship the planet had, the Ensahabnur I, with Cable posing as Stryfe. Cable forced Hope to abandon Emil, the boy who had helped her survive undetected for two years, leaving Hope distraught.
Bishop, armed with a thermonuclear device in the stump of his arm, set out to make his own ship, knowing it would only be a matter of time. At some point during their journey Hope accidentally betrayed Cable and he was imprisoned. Bishop and Emil eventually caught up to Cable and Hope on the last ship to leave earth, Emil under the impression that Cable had kidnapped Hope and Bishop was her true father. Bishop was also armed with a thermonuclear device which he planned to activate as soon as he saw Hope.
During Bishop's invasion the Brood , attracted to Hope's power, attacked both ships, distracting Bishop. Cable and Bishop both fought the Brood, Cable being swallowed by an Acanti , but escaping by using it's rib as a sword and cutting it's insides, forcing the Acanti to regurgitate him. Hope and Emil made their way to the ships two terraforming pods, which would facilitate their escape. Emil placed Hope in the pod against her will as she refused to leave Cable.
As Emil was preparing the second pod Cable appeared and Emil gave the second pod to Cable, sacrificing his own life. After Cable and Hope had left Emil obtained Bishops thermo-nuclear weapon, detonating moments before he could be attacked by a Sleazoid. However Bishop escaped by allowing himself to be absorbed by an Acanti, and two years later he had tracked Hope and Cable in cryosleep within their terraforming pods.
When the now teenaged Hope wanted to return to the past, Cable reluctantly agreed. They managed to make it back to the present, only to be attacked by Bastion 's Human Council. Hope escaped with Rogue, and Cable fought alongside the X-Men once more. Cable later sacrificed his life to bring Wolverine and his X-Force team Archangel , Cypher , X and Domino to San Francisco in year by stepping into the time portal that Bastion was using to send his Nimrod Class Sentinels to the aforementioned year which only allows technological entities to pass through and destroys anything remotely organic and finally allowing his techno-organic virus to finally and fully infect him.
But the strain of holding the portal to bring the team safely home allowed the techno-organic virus to take hold of him causing him to explode and thus killing him, leaving only his left techno-organic arm behind. But in fact, Cable had escaped into the future, where he met Blaquesmith , who told him that the world collapsed because the Avengers killed Hope.
Together they went to the Avenger's Mansion where they found anti-mutant technology, suggesting that the Avengers had clashed with the X-Men. They then returned to the present in order to hunt the Avengers down to prevent them from killing Hope, before the virus finally consumed Cable.
Although he managed to defeat several Avengers, he was eventually taken down and brought to Utopia by Cyclops. There Blaquesmith convinced Hope to cure him which she did by absorbing the virus into herself and destroying it with the Phoenix flames, thus finally curing Cable of the techno-organic virus. On the astral plane Cable made Cyclops promise that he would do whatever it took to protect Hope when the Avengers would come for her, and promised him his help in the coming war.
After the war between the Avengers and the X-Men, Cable awoke from his coma and left Utopia, leaving Hope a note telling her not to follow him. He tracked down Forge, who had gone mad and was presumed dead, and used his telepathic powers to create a psychic scenario that allowed Forge to repair the damage to his psyche, curing him of his insanity. Cable had begun receiving visions of disasters, and needed Forge as part of a team to stop these events from coming to pass.
Having visions of the future again featuring Wade shooting a world renown scientist in the middle of a crowded street, Cable came upon Deadpool in his Subway station abode when he was with his succubus wife; Queen Shiklah. When asked why he should trust the strangers doom threats Cable reveals himself stating he's never been wrong before, greatly surprising Wade Wilson.
With most if not all of his powers and natural capabilities crippled due to long years of bad road mileage coupled with the loss of his techno-organics made Nate significantly slower in his fully organic years however, enabling Deadpool to easily subdue him. But he was adamant in his premonitions received and that was enough for Wade to believe him. While on the stakeout watching over Weathers Nathan comments that he doesn't know who he is anymore; only for Wade to gloatingly state that he's now more popular than Cable used to be in his day.
Nathan simply asks how marriage is going for the cloudcuckoolander to which the latter replies all the drawbacks of which ecstatically, saying he also has a daughter now and he couldn't be happier. Nathan also notices he is wearing an equally clunky Time Harness and tells Wade to damage it's capacitor to prevent his accessing to the temporal stream. Soon after more brawling Deapools gun goes off and instead of killing Weathers like he predicted Cable is horrified to find wade went and executed his youngest son by mistake instead.
After grabbing at the assassin resulting in him getting kicked away where both he and Wade are shunted back through time nearly 70 seconds just before he started attacking, after another failed attempt in which a pizza boy was killed in Wades clumsy antics. It was suggested that the duo override Spit Seconds Temporal Harness and that Wade keep him distracted, the latter retorts what he has been doing, only to repeat the process again.
This time Cable remembers how Wade ended up killing someone and goes about opening a full on barrage of laser fire and missiles the very minute Split Second enter on scene only for things to go horribly wrong in some nutty, zany way or another. Hurling Cable and Deadpool across the space-time continuum; just after Cable notes the hole in his soul.
After Deadpool has a host of numerous time tossed adventurers where he is tasked by the Temporal Adjudicator to terminate the various incarnations of the Now mentally broken Nathan Summers. Eventually culminating in a battle with Loop and ending up taking his place as the Time Variance Authority's chrono agent, due to the localized paradox caused by Split Second's tampering with the time stream crippling Dayspring's psyche because of it, sending ripples throughout his own history threatening to unravel the universe as a result.
Wade instead opted to safeguard Cable throughout points of his life in history by preventing his demise which actually opted to heal his chrono-psychic cancer to an extent. Eventually ending up in a battle with an older, less grizzled future Cable after dispatching Daryll who has suddenly regained his techno-organic appearance boasting a Psimitar with which he and Split Second travel back to his future with. When it is made apparent that he has his psionics as well as his T.
O parts back Wade takes him into his mind where he mentions the only way for Cable to be whole again is too stop fighting with himself, back outside Cable lies dormant as the Time Harness he took starts to realign him with various incarnations of himself from across the timestream.
With some assistance from Deadpool using some jumper cables to link his time harness with Nathan's to jumpstart the process, the two are returned to their present when and where it all started and the Askani'son pays his respects before heading back to the future to right a wrong that he noticed after some trolling by Deadpool. Back in the future of where some kind of intervention caused by an invasion force comprising of remnants of the Kree, next to all intelligent life both human and mutant have been all but expunged from the world save but a handful of Inhumans.
Noting how desperate the Avengers must have been to include Wade Wilson into their roster, both Cable and his new A. I named Belle head out towards the past to prevent the failure of the Uncanny Avengers.
Not recognizing one of them, he speaks of coming from a future that they loused up big time and that what's happening in Boston eventually overtakes the entire world where he's from and proposed he would be taking up field command position until the crisis was over. Narrowly avoiding some infighting thanks to Deadpool's encouragement to trust his judgement, along with being told that the avengers aren't the usual crowd hes used to commandeering. Nate discloses what these hybrid creatures are and about how they transmit the pandemic across the globe, disclosing an enzyme inhibitor to Pietro for him to get synthesized.
But he notes how Synapse is immune due to being an Inhuman and orders her to go after their assailant, to her begrudging she complies. After Quicksilver administers the mass produced antigen and secures Deadpool some needed munitions and a fan of his exploits to shoot with.
Cable has a flash of how Emily's choices have disastrous consequence while talking with Rogue about the T-cloud, rushing off in her general direction he intercepts her before she can throttle who he found out to be her grandfather. Warning her how much worse things will be if she kills him Nathan wonders if what he overheard was true, after hearing her reply he presents the Shredded Man with an ultimatum: When the adversary refused stating he was prepared to die Cable instead turned the defense mechanism killer on his kin instead, left without options Ivan drew back the Terregenesis Plague that he unleashed to save her but dissolved his own being in the process.
Nate does not know what to do with the secret behooved to him after his Inhuman companion begged him not to speak of it. Noting her guilt the other members ask what's eating the young heroine only for Cable to state she will come out with it when she is ready. Back at their headquarters Nate has a talk with their squad leader Steven Rogers the good captain asking if he is staying on or not with the time traveler leaning towards the latter, after hearing Rogers is setting up to track down The Red Skull to liberate Xavier's brain.
Nathan warms up to the idea of staying longer to see it through waling off with the rest of the team after a hard fought battle. During the second superhuman Civil War , Cable enlisted the help of mutant villains Sebastian Shaw and Toad to break into a military facility in the search for resources to develop an antidote against the Terrigen Mist poisoning that was affecting millions of mutants.
The illegitimacy of this action combined with the involvement of other Unity Squad members like Rogue and Deadpool prompted Captain America to dissolve the team, deeming it a failure.
Cable and the Unity Division later reunited when the Hand took the body of the deceased Bruce Banner and resurrected him as an out-of-control Hulk. Banner was eventually subdued and allowed to return to the afterlife while the Unity Division chose to remain together without Steve Rogers.
The Red Skull eventually made his move against the Avengers Unity Squad, activating a psychic trigger he had implanted on Quicksilver's mind to take control over it and force him to capture his teammates so he could take control of their minds.
Cable avoided having his mind taken over by erasing his own consciousness, rendering him comatose for the rest of the situation. After Cable's younger self discovered that the presence of a group of time-displaced X-Men in the present would bring forth a catastrophic future, he set out to capture and neutralize the young mutant heroes.
When the younger Cable targeted Iceman , the adult Cable tried to protect him. Cable's younger self blamed him for his actions, arguing he neglected his duty. Cable claimed that the young X-Men needed to see what would become of them so they could then return to their proper time with that knowledge and become better.
The younger Cable got the upper hand, and murdered his future self, declaring that he had become too weak. Cable's body was found by a group of X-Men not long afterwards, including his family, Rachel Grey , his sister from another universe, the time-displaced young Cyclops , and both the time-displaced teenager Jean Grey and his mother, the adult Jean Grey , who all lamented Nathan's death and set out to find his murderer.
As an infant Cable was infected with the Techno-Organic Virus and, for the majority of his life, had to consciously keep the virus in check so that it did not consume more of his organic flesh.
A future Rachel Summers spoke of him in a vision that at his peak he would be a psionic of The Highest Order. When Cable was de-aged in the House of M event, he had regained his powers along with new powers and abilities but as he re-aged he began losing the majority of his powers shortly after purging Deadpool of certain malignancies.
Recently, his body was completely healed from the virus by Hope Summers , he has demonstrated Telepathy since this has happened, it is unknown to what extent or even if any others re-emerge. Thanks to his endeavours to stop a tragedy and the eventual curing of a mental time cancer he contracted with Wade's help, Cable's psychic powers were once again restored.
Cable possesses high-level telekinesis  enabling him to manipulate matter with the energy of his thoughts. Capable of very fine control over objects, including himself. On larger levels, Cable can levitate great weights, but his upper limit has remained undisclosed. At his peak, Nathan could displace hundreds of tons of matter as he did when lifting and repositioning the sunken space station Greymalkin.
Been hinted to have the psionic power to displace himself and others at almost any specific point in the time-stream and then reemerging in the physical world from as much as a few minutes to years by generating chronal energies. It functions as a focus and amplifier for telepathic or telekinetic power, which it can project as powered blasts.
Apart from his superhuman abilities, Cable has been said to have a brilliant mind for military tactics. In addition to his mainstream Marvel Universe incarnation, Cable has been depicted in other fictional universes. In the Cable and Deadpool series storyline "Enema of State",  Deadpool and the mutants Cannonball and Siryn discover several alternate versions of Cable as they traverse several alternate universes via "Bodyslide", searching for Cable after he disappears.
They first encounter an evil incarnation of Cable who has become one of the four Horsemen of Apocalypse , War. Deadpool seized the infant, took him back to his home universe, and cared for Nathan, who grew rapidly after having been injected with Deadpool's DNA. Cable appears in Marvel Zombies 2.
Cable is uninfected, forced to work for the Acolytes in order for him to forever end the zombie virus. In the setting of the Earth X storyline, the Techno-organic virus has overtaken Cable's body, who has become a blob of organic metal. In the fantasy world depicted in the graphic novel Wolverine: Rahne of Terra , Cable's counterpart is a wizard called the Mage, who carried the Warlock Staff and a crossbow.
In Ultimate X-Men , Cable is a future version of Wolverine who goes back to the past to capture Professor Xavier, returning with him to the future in order to train him for the coming battle with Apocalypse. A two-part storyline in What If Ultimately, Cable leads a faction of mutants loyal to him and assassinates the Professor, Cyclops , and Jean Grey before embarking on a violent crusade.
Cable is ultimately killed by Wolverine ,  but his actions have already led to the further oppression of mutants. Magneto attempts to take control of America in the chaos, but is killed by a new model of plastic Sentinels , who decide that enslaving humanity is the best way to root out mutants.
However, Wolverine assembles several surviving mutants to fight against the Sentinels as a new team of X-Men.
In it, it is revealed that X-Factor's confrontation with Apocalypse ended differently—Nathan was saved, but aged somehow from a toddler into a child.
An attack by mysterious agents causes Nathan to be moved to the protective custody of the Starjammers. Cable appears in one panel of the series but no connection between Cable and Nathan is made. Cable made eight appearances in X-Men: This version of Cable possessed his trademark metal arm but it is said to be a bionic construct rather than a result of the techno-organic virus.
He is never shown to be telepathic, though he does use telekinesis in one episode. He is also depicted as coming from the year , where he leads an army in a desperate war against the forces of the immortal villain Apocalypse.
Cyclops' future paternity to Cable is implied in the second part of the episode "Time Fugitives" after Jean Gray telepathically read Cable's mind. Cable and Cyclops also do not get along during missions. In Deadpool 2 , Cable goes back in time to assassinate the young mutant Russell Collins, as in the future Collins becomes a criminal and murders his wife and daughter, who is later identified as Hope.
Deadpool forms the X-Force team to stop him, but both sides are at an impasse when Russell teams up with Juggernaut. Cable decides to team up with X-Force to take down the two threats, but allows Wade the chance to redeem Russell before the kid becomes a murderer. Wade sacrifices himself when Cable tries to shoot Russell, causing Russell to reject his future as a villain which saves Cable's family. In return, Cable uses his last charge on his time-traveling device to travel to the past to prevent himself from killing Wade while still allowing Russell to have his change of heart at the cost of Cable losing the chance to return home to his family, Cable concluding that he will remain in the present to create a better future for his family.
Following writer Mark Waid 's instructions that the character's appearance be based on aspects of superhero design trends of the time that they disliked, Ross said of Cable, "That's a character that Mark Waid invented that was really just put to me like come up with the most God awful, Rob Liefeld sort of design that you can.
What I was stealing from was — really only two key designs of Rob's — the design of Cable. I felt like it looked like they just threw up everything on the character — the scars, the thing going on with his eye, the arm, and what's with all the guns?
But the thing is, when I put those elements together with the helmet of Shatterstar — I think that was his name — well, the ram horns and the gold, suddenly it held together as one of the designs that I felt happiest with in the entire series. The stories have been collected in a number of trade paperbacks. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Thanks again for your reply and here is the link for the "Crochet Cable Cover" for a hot water bottle holder if you are interested. The cable is really beautiful. Hello Wormie, Just an update. I have finally Thank God, aced the cables pattern. It took a few tries and by the third or maybe fourth try I was about to give up. Thank you again for your help before. Kind regards, Crocheting Mom. Hi, I am new to this and the blanket looks great but I am not sure of all the abbreviations that are used, is there somewhere I can go to see the different stitches to match the abbreviations?
There is a stitch guide on line that will give you the abbreviations and show you the instructions for the stitches. I hope this helps. You can find it here: I love the looks of this blanket and would like to try it but as I look over the pattern I am totally drawing a blank. Thank you for your help and the beautiful blanket pattern.
Dian in Akron, Oh. There are several video instructions there that will help you. Hi, I'm not sure about your pattern, when it says follow cable instructions where are the instructions?
Erma, the cable instructions are listed in the first line of the post under "this link". Let me know if you have trouble finding it. Hi Janet, The stitches used in this pattern are: Do you turn after the chain 2 on row 2 and following rows? Yes, this pattern is worked in rows, so do turn your work at the end of each row. Thanks for your question! Is it possible to tell me how to "follow cable instructions over next 4 stitches? I just recently picked up crocheting after so many years of not crocheting.
My six year old great-nephew saw this pattern and asked if I could make him a blanket. He is a type 1 diabetic and I would like to make this pattern for him. The cable instructions themselves are not my own pattern. They can be found here: If you still have trouble, e-mail me at wormswords at gmail dot com and I'll try and help you get it figured out. This looks wonderful, but you didn't say how many skeins to buy to make this blanket.
I am just a beginner and have no idea how many to get if I was to make this blanket in baby soft yarn. The size of the blanket dictate how much yarn that you need. I've made these in several sizes.
I used A Pound of Love yarn for this, and that was way more than you'll need for one blanket. If you were using baby yarn you would probably need 2 skeins, but I would probably buy 3 to be sure. Hi Linda, The cable pattern is here: Hi Sam, I'm sorry, but I don't understand your questions. If you tell me exactly which part of the pattern is confusing you, I can try to answer.
I would love to make this blanket, but I am also confused when I go to the link. What are the instructions for the four stitch cable? The instrucions have many rows for the pattern.. I'm sorry you're having trouble with the cable pattern. I did too at first. That's why I suggest that you practice with the linked square pattern first. To make the cable, you do a series of 4front or back post stitches, but you have to do them for 4 rows to create the cable.
Try making the square and comment again if you still have problems. I'm on my way out, but I'll try and explain more later. I cannot wait to try this! Thank you for the lovely pattern. Never mastered knitting and was jealous of the cables and other things knitters coutld do. It's going to be a challenge, and I am looking forward to the reward!
When I first tried cables, it took a little practice to see where to make the stitches on the backside, but once you get it, it's so easy.
I am still confused by the link for making the cables. I have a very hard time understanding patterns. So will i do a total of six FPDC when making the cable? Could you please explain a little easier for me. I don't understand the lilnk, when you say 5hdc, fpdc, cable, fpdc, 5hdc. Do you mean that there will be a total of 6 fpdc that make up the cable?
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