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Workspace, tools, machinery, and manufacturing / Manual repository
« on: January 22, 2017, 12:20:26 PM »
Post links to Instruction and Engineer's manuals.

Juki LU-2810 Engineer's manual-

Should GPs have a zipper that is half the circumference?  More?  Less?  That is to say, should the zipper terminate on the sides at mid level?  Above?  Below?

This is a new pattern being developed for release.  If you know CAD, modifying the pattern is no problem.  For the practical user, what's the most compatible zipper length?

Most GPs have a zipper running approximately the top half of the pouch's circumference.  Why aren't zippered openings used like that of an insulated lunch box or ANVIS carrying case?

This machine creases the raw edge of the pocket.

Then, the creased pocket is loaded into a pocket setting machine with custom clamping and attached to the garment.

(2nd video includes examples of both creasers and setters)

Tons of great info on Tennessee Attachment Company's YouTube.

Thanks for your patience.

Vendors and sources / European source reference
« on: December 24, 2015, 09:23:25 AM »

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Web presence / BLKMKT
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