Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Topics - Alex

Pages: 1 [2]
Vendors and sources / Source for zipper pulls
« on: June 08, 2015, 11:14:24 AM »
Does anyone have a berry compliant source for this style of zipper pull? It's similar to what is being used by Velocity/Mayflower, Truspec and a few other brands.

I'm looking for the following to purchase asap.

All parts are from Ideal Fasteners
#9 zipper, Color: AOR2, 9NC 3/4 TAC CC, AOR2-C0190/IR SAND C0073, Qty: 200 yards
#9 zipper, Color: Ranger Green, Qty: 75 yards (Note: we’ll take any green color like foliage or something close)
#9 revser sliders, Color: toasty beige, Qty:2,500

Vendors and sources / Looking for Source: Tactical Handle Beads
« on: March 05, 2015, 11:08:00 AM »
Can someone please provide me with a source for the following beads used in these products?



I've got to make some crazy custom patches that have IR and Glo. Can someone please point me to a supplier/manufacturer of the materials for hex and non hex  infrared material and Glo materials? I'm looking for the materials supplier and not a shop that makes the patches or a middle man/re-seller.

I've got to make stuff like this:


I'll start things off:

Supplier: Coats
Size/Part #: Tex 70, GVT AA59826 TIICB Bonded Nonwick
Color: Coyote Brown 498
Fabrics used with: 70D up to 1000D nylon fabrics (solid coyote brown 498 color, multicam and AOR2), Trelleborg Hank fabrics (Coyote Brown)
Note: this is now my "go to thread"

Supplier: American & Efird
Size/Part #: BT-69E Bonded (A-A-59826)
Color: Coyote 498
Fabrics used with: 70D up to 1000D nylon fabrics in solid coyote brown 498 color, multicam and AOR2

Introductions / Greetings fellow textile laser cutting fanatics
« on: January 29, 2015, 01:24:47 PM »
Hi Everyone,

I'm Alex Gallo, a designer for Raine, and prior to that I designed gear at Armorworks. I've been laser cutting textiles for several years and been directly working with the textile mills to develop better composite fabrics for designers to laser cut and use for MOLLE/PALS instead of just barracked webbing.

I hope to contribute and think this place is a great idea. My hats off to Ryan for putting this together.

Pages: 1 [2]