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Has anybody got back to you, or helped? I'll be happy to help do you have my info.


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Personally I stick with packcloth,  but Oxford seems to work well in a 200D or 220D.


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Hello folks,

As title... dors anyone have a good source? Or is even still made in the less important colours. I'd really like to do a set of pistol mag pouches in MC Black and matching binding would be preferable.

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textiel  manufacture I'd be going through 250 yards 1 inch one side possibly 2 side if that's what do you prefer
Well if you haven't had any luck so far I've got some black come in for from  Mmi one yard long samples but that stuffs not even approved yet so it's a couple months out, but it be cool to judge the two side-by-side if you're still looking I would possibly split up some rolls 1 inch one or double side print 250 yard I'd be wanting alpine black then possibly the others but getting the zipper chain in Velcro in those two as well from Mmi. Once ready for sale that is.


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If anyone's  tried  the stuff  that Seattle fabrics sells for pattern keeping I highly recommend it. Although they changed brands. The new stuff (pictured) has a plastic feel which I'm sure it's mostly consists of as well as it ripstop looking pattern to it. If anybody would like to know exactly where to find it, just get back to me and I can point you in the proper direction. It was sold in 5 yard Long sections. But now its by the yard. It  works especially good if you like to pin your fabric when cutting as it's very thin but sturdy enough to hold up. I liked the older kind better it basically looked like a hazy/clear tarp. The new type is still worthwhile. I'm not remembering the name what exactly what they called it ,


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Concept, design, and engineering / Re: I Need some help guys
« on: February 22, 2017, 11:52:59 PM »
So I have the opportunity to work with a pretty big name, I have a really good idea for the design itself (sorry guys, cant get more in depth) but I need some help with finding hardware.  Here is a pic of a weight lifting belt with a latch system, I need a latch that is strong, adjustable and the shit part... low profile.



Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
What size roughly? I also have a couple old weightlifting belts if they may be of help. I could send them your way cheep? Hope that helps but Im pretty sure it does not.


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If one of you guys could a maybe. I knew be in the right direction other than towards the door I'm looking for a machine that I can learn on I pretty much just want to so webbing and certainly not for layers of tubular but I would like to be able to eventually do a box next stitch like that picture but to start out really I just want to get a machine I can afford and have my girlfriend teach me on there is a few on Amazon that for my needs would probably fit the bill. One that I know would get the job done is a commonly seen grey brother not sure which model exactly I know that's not much description but it's heavy duty I think there's another one that's industrial grade I don't know if that means the same thing completely or not thing is is I've been selling this type of gear for seven years helping make it with my girlfriend for her to buying all the fabrics getting patterns cutting the materials all that sewing is the part I have not done I basically would like to be able to make belts but start out with 1 inch softer wedding any thoughts on a machine like that from Amazon refurbished that I can afford but still a heavy duty industrial grade


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