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Vendors and sources / Re: Fire retardant sewing thread
« on: January 03, 2019, 09:28:22 AM »
I'm using Gόterman 100% Aramid. They are avilable in some limited colors, that fits tactical needs.

Introductions / Re: Hello from ITALY
« on: December 24, 2018, 03:29:01 PM »
Hello, welcome.  ;)

Introductions / Re: Hello from ITALY
« on: December 24, 2018, 08:04:19 AM »

Introductions / Re: Hello from ITALY
« on: December 23, 2018, 05:37:22 PM »

Introductions / Re: Hello from ITALY
« on: December 22, 2018, 01:19:15 PM »
Hey dude,

Glad to finally see you on here.

Introductions / Re: Hello from ITALY
« on: December 21, 2018, 05:15:27 PM »
Ciao, good to have you here! :)

Workspace, tools, machinery, and manufacturing / Re: Juki LU-2828V-7
« on: October 23, 2018, 09:25:47 AM »
This thing is uh-mazing  ;D 

Vendors and sources / Re: Fire retardant sewing thread
« on: October 19, 2018, 10:09:40 AM »
We looked into Kevlar thread, for suppressor covers and machinegun barrel bags. We have a small cone around here somewhere. The colours were VERY limited. Black, which is like a faded looking black, and natural, which is more of a yellowish colour. I think we got it from Cansew.

Nothing to report, we didn’t get past the drawing board with those projects. Only so much time!

Yes I have a custom X-box pattern for sewing elastic to leg strap webbing in 38x30mm.
Haven't had the time nor urgent need to program other patterns.
What I can do once back from holidays is post somewhere the procedure for transfering patterns to the bartacker.

The office / Re: Thermal printer for shipping labels
« on: August 23, 2016, 10:59:27 PM »
Just a little update on the thermal printer, this thing has quickly became a key piece of equipment in my operation. Which means if it broke tomorrow, I wouldn't think twice about buying another one.
I ship through PayPal, and have one computer set up to this printer, then I use my IPad to print packing lists on a standard wireless printer, this thing will save money on printing since it doesn't use ink.
I highly recommend picking up one of these printers if you ship more than a few boxes a day.
Below is a picture of packaging prep for my my busiest shipping day, Monday and I would guess that this thing saves me two minutes per package when you take into account all the work of a print, cutting and taping of a standard printed label.
Enjoy, Scott

Here's my consolidated list. I exclusively use A&E, Anefil Bonded Nylon, Tex-70 (69). I should also mention that this size of thread and type are used with 500D Cordura. The order code is the 5 digits in brackets.

MultiCam – A&E Shade 1600 (34140)
PenCott GreenZone – A&E Green Olive (34067)
PenCott Badlands – A&E Coyote 498 (63114)
PenCott Sandstorm – A&E Desert Tan 459 (63142)
PenCott Snowdrift – A&E Natural (30001)
Kryptek Mandrake – A&E Shade 1600 (34140) OR A&E Green Olive (34067) ***if Murdock webbing is used***
Kryptek Highlander – A&E Shade 1600 (34140)
Kryptek Typhon – A&E Black (56033)
A-Tacs AU – A&E Tan 499 (63233)
A-Tacs FG – A&E Green Olive (34067)
AOR 1 – A&E Shade 1600 (34140)
AOR 2 – A&E Green Olive (34067)
Digital Desert/Desert MARPAT – A&E Shade 1600 (34140)
Woodland MARPAT – A&E Green Olive (34067)
Universal Camo – A&E Foliage GN 504 (63120)
CADPAT TW – A&E Green Olive (34067)
CADPAT AR – A&E Shade 1600 (34140)
M81 Woodland – A&E Green Olive (34067) – I prefer the green look
Coyote Brown – A&E Coyote 498 (63114)
Ranger Green – A&E OD (34087)
Tan 499 – A&E Shade 1600 (34140)
Foliage Green 504 – A&E Foliage GN 504 (63120)
Desert Sand 503 – A&E Desert Tan 459 (63142)
Camo Green 483 – A&E CG483 (34094)

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