Enter the ropes you want to cut, and the ropes you already have, to find out the trips you could rig by cutting your rope into different lengths. This tool is driven by the same data that drives the what can I rig tool.
This tool evaluates every single possible combination of potential rope cuts, in your browser, which can take a very long time. There are some options you can tweak to improve performance:
The resolution defines the minimum length your ropes can be cut to, substantially reducing the time taken to calculate the results.
Enabling the pareto-frontier displays only the "Pareto efficient" rope combinations, increasing computation time but dramatically improving page responsiveness once the results have been generated.
Disabling the graph view improves the page responsiveness once the results are generated.
The results are displayed in terms of possible trips and efficiency:
Possible trips describes the number of trips in the database that can be rigged for a given rope-cut combination.
Efficiency describes the average ratio of rope carried for a trip that is needed for that trip. For example rigging a 10m pitch with a 100m rope would have an efficiency of 0.1, whilst using a 20m rope for the same pitch would have an efficiency of 0.5.
The cut lengths listed in the table and on the graph are only for those ropes that you have opted to cut, however the possible trips and efficiency calculation factors in your other ropes too.