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Whiskey Two Four Back Panel 64 PALS (MOLLE) for Spiritus Systems LV-119 Covert

Size medium is 3.1oz / 116g.





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Asset exchange / Searching for SPECTRA CENTURION
« Last post by Mustache0916 on January 14, 2021, 08:49:58 AM »
Hey guys!
I am looking for a source for spectra centurion in ranger green and black.

Thanks!  ;D
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Vendors and sources / Re: Kryptek Mandrake and others - Where to find?
« Last post by savagemann on January 13, 2021, 09:11:33 AM »
Thanks for the heads up!
I'll contact them.
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Vendors and sources / Re: Kryptek Mandrake and others - Where to find?
« Last post by Corvus on January 12, 2021, 11:07:24 PM »
Kryptek used to sell fabric by the roll. They are a relatively small Alaskan company and reaching out directly may be your best bet.
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Tegris is not NIR it is also not flame retardant. So be aware how you use it because it burns pretty well.
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Thanks!  :)
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Asset exchange / Re: TegrisŪ Thermoplastic Composite 6, 8, and 12 layer quarter sheets
« Last post by essal on January 08, 2021, 02:50:02 AM »
I don't have any numbers, but I highly doubt that Tegris meets any sort of NIR requirements. The solves is easy however, don't use it as an outer material if you have NIR requirements.
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Does anyone know if Tegris is Milspec IR Compliant?

Thanks
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Concept, design, and engineering / Re: Paper or digital sketching?
« Last post by gearmaker.org on January 04, 2021, 09:15:57 AM »
Please post an intro

Hi!

Long-time reader, first-time poster.

I'm just getting into this, its a passion project, and I wanted to learn as much as I could in the process, so my original sketches were done on a basic sketch book, and I went out and got myself 30' of old-school rolled pattern paper for full drawings. About 10% done, I realized that anything I come up with that requires more than basic industrial sewing will likely require moving into digital- the conversion fees for paper to digital are absurdly high- so anything I need laser-cut will have to be redone digitally. One more cool thing to learn.

I don't see it as a massive issue for me personally (as I said, passion project and learning experience), but if you're producing or selling off of a concept (that topic I know a bit about), turn-over could be an issue, and the fastest concept-to-completion time will come from going digital from the beginning, or at least after initial sketches.
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The office / Re: Packaging for shipping soft goods
« Last post by Boltripper on January 03, 2021, 01:29:55 PM »
Old thread, but wonder if anyone has any new views... Ive been using USPS Priority Mail Boxes for the last 3 years.... Ive had only 1 lost (Returned months later) and no damaged packages.. I like that they get where they need to go in 2-3 days and hopefully less likely to get lost or damaged.

In my sector (Outdoor Gear) so many offer free over $140 and such and Ive matched that for the most part. I see most use poly bags, but I'm not sure Im ready to go that route as I continue to try and build Brand and Customer Base. BUT - Savings would be significant if I would just Use First Class Mail...

I'm thinking perhaps give them a choice??

If they Want Priority, they Pay the Ride and if they want free over $140 then they get First Class Poly Bags? 


Any thoughts?

Thanks,

John
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