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

Size medium is 3.1oz / 116g.

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
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.
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.
Tegris is not NIR it is also not flame retardant. So be aware how you use it because it burns pretty well.
Thanks!  :)
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.
Does anyone know if Tegris is Milspec IR Compliant?

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


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.
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?


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