@dspacio Thanks for your insights and experiences
My idea for a glued splice is to use an adhesive that is much more flexible than an epoxy. More like what we know from silicone adhesives or sealers.
The 'how' of this in my vision is a two part mold that holds the rope in place. Then there are injectors that squirt the glue into the rope, surrounding all of the fibers. Vacuum and pressure injection seems to be the way to distribute the adhesive.
is there any way I can get a name of this product? I may have a use lolI'm sure a glued splice is within reach currently. A few years back I was given a sample of a 2 part adhesive that was being developed to hang scaffolding in high corrosion environments. Wound up using it to fix a retaining wall, in the process accidentally gluing a sledgehammer to the ground(set it in a drip) Quarter size spot or so, and the concrete driveway gave rather than the adhesive.