I suppose this might belong in gear talk, but it still fits here, as its media related, and people In m&a are generally pretty clever, I have some copper wiring that I need to attach to a ski and I was wondering if there was any better ideas than duct/Sellotape, as in the past I've used a GoPro mount which at home is extremely strong, but under the vibrations of a ski just falls off, although I figured that could be because of the weight and height of a GoPro. Would really appreciate some tips to keep the wiring on, as having it fall off just isn't an option.
Nah not permanent, just for a day, otherwise I'd just glue it probably, yeah it's bare wires, just thin copper, low power though. And I don't want to say in case it comes out shit, and Lawrence sorry I thought they were the same. The problem isn't the tape itself being strong enough, it's the glue being strong enough. Il probably just use duck tape then.