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Asset exchange / Murdock 1" M81 woodland jacquard woven webbing
« on: May 08, 2018, 11:21:55 AM »
***webbing is due mid to late August***

Murdock 1" M81 woodland jacquard woven webbing.

-(1) 50 yard roll- $4.00 / yard

-(4) 50 yard rolls- $2.00 / yard

-(10) 50 yard rolls- $1.43/yard

All prices are plus freight.  FCA Phoenix, AZ, USA.  Parts ship on your DHL, FedEx, or UPS account number.  If you don't have a DHL, FedEx, or UPS account, we bill actual shipping cost + 20%.

Email <oem AT wtfidea DOT com>

1" Murdock Multicam webbing $1.25/yard OR $50/roll + shipping

click here to buy yards-

click here to buy rolls-

Tutorials and techniques / Re: In search of a (boxy) 3D corner tutorial
« on: December 30, 2017, 12:34:51 PM »
I too started using the box corner method from WTF and it is so much more forgiving/faster than the traditional curve corner method.

While WTF takes no credit for the method, we've found it the most expedient for manufacturing.  It has an optimal combination of speed, precision, and aesthetics when turned right side out.

Don't fatigue machine operators with unnecessary labor or add unnecessary cost in the name of a tough seam that will outlast the fabric.

Asset exchange / M81 woodland ACRONYM in stock
« on: December 27, 2017, 12:41:36 PM »
Click here to buy-->

Click here to buy--->

Platforms / Practical Integrated Modular Platform, Scalable
« on: December 12, 2017, 02:05:08 PM »
Practical Integrated Modular Platform, Scalable.  10.4oz / 296g.  Laser cut from 500D ACRONYM.  Optional SaDDle Bags sandwich between base and accessory panel.

Thank you, JTT-

Asset exchange / Re: WTB spring loaded buckles
« on: November 28, 2017, 08:42:48 AM »

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Pouches / WTF laser cut ACRONYM double M4 mag pouch Multicam Black
« on: June 15, 2017, 12:06:53 PM »
2.4oz / 69g.

Proper fume extraction and filtration means increased throughput with 24/7 cutting capability.  No need to compromise the air conditioned workspace by opening a roll up door for ventilation.  No discharge to atmosphere means no effect on air quality.  A local sheet metal shop is making a replacement ducted cover to replace the temporary solution shown.

Platforms / Chest Rig, Accessory Panel
« on: April 27, 2017, 12:54:02 PM »
WTF's CRAP in Multicam.  12.7oz / 361g.  Multicam Black triple shingle featuring EssTac's KYWIs.

Concept, design, and engineering / Zipper and ACRONYM
« on: April 04, 2017, 08:36:17 AM »
As shown on chest rig pocket access.

Sliders are mounted to the chain, the chain is held in place while stitched from the top.  It's the opposite of difficult (:

While proper filtration, at a flow and pressure consistent with the bed size, will remove particulate and gas from a laser, larger pieces will remain on the table and smaller pieces will fall through the table.

From time to time, cabinets must be cleaned out.  Compressed air and brushes will disturb dust and debris.  A conventional vacuum will remove dust and debris and then exhaust it back into the atmosphere.

Rigid offers an EPA RRP compliant vacuum with a cert'd HEPA filter.  It's great.  A street price of $350 seems standard.  The next level of similar vacs are more expensive and not stocked at the local Home Depot.  Replacement filters and dust bags are available on Amazon Prime.  Cleaning out big and small lasers is a breeze now.  It works great for cleaning lint covered sewing stations too.

First rolls coming out of cure.  Website will be updated shortly (:

Everything else / Laser Cut ACRONYM 1.5" 3 Ring Binder Cover
« on: March 07, 2017, 04:37:10 PM »
WTF's laser cut ACRONYM 1.5" 3 ring binder cover has an 8" x 4" loop field on the front and is optimized for the Wilson Jones HD Binder.  Click here to purchase the Wilson Jones HD Binder on Amazon Prime.

I understand you're running an F.  This is a quick vid of the D designation.

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