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Belt stiffeners from Tegris® Thermoplastic Composite 6 layer (0.07mm), 8 layer 0.036" (0.09mm), and 12 layer (1.4mm) thick in 1.5" (38mm), 1.75" (44mm), and 2" (50mm) widths.  70" (178cm) long.

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click here tobuy-->  https://bit.ly/3D3WQ4M

$51.50-$56.50/yard.  Brookwood SQUADRON B-52 500D / 500D solution dyed laminate 54/55" 137 / 140cm wide.  Berry compliant.  Made in USA.  Available in black, ranger green, Multicam/Multicam, and Multicam Black/Multicam Black.

Sold per yard.  QTY 1 - 1 yard.  More than 1 yard will be shipped as a single, continuous piece.  Ships rolled.




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Materials science / Webbing Type Question
Last post by savagemann - Nov 28, 2021, 05:32 PM
Hello.
I'm looking for a specific type of webbing.
I used to source it from mmi, but they are discontinuing it.
I'll do my best to describe it.

1"
55301
Solution Dyed
Stiff/Heavy Resin Finish

It has a dull sheen to it like most solution dyed webbing.
It has a very stiff feel to it.
Wouldn't work well through bar slide.
Does anyone know where I could find something like that?
Maybe what it's specific type/designation is called, so I can try and track it down?
I've tried FR Treated from Texcel and it doesn't appear to be stiff enough.

Looking for
Black
Wolf Grey
Tan499
Coyote
Camo Green
Ranger Green
or any other interesting colors.
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On the second iteration of https://gearmaker.org, I hired an SMF SME who also had a hosting company.  We hired him to set up, maintain, and host.  Gearmaker.org became unresponsive.  Attempts to contact through tickets, phone, and email were unsuccessful.

I sifted through various IT forums and found others going through similar frustrations trying to get in touch with him.  A few attempts were made with gently contacting his family members and coworkers on social media.  His daughter emailed me and confirmed her father died.  This was confirmed by other members within his professional community.

There may have been a possibility of getting hands on the server.  As one could imagine, it could subject all parties involved to unknown unintended consequences.  I chose not to pursue the matter.

Throughout all of this, I never had the good sense to backup the site.  Now we have auto back up and I've learned how to do it manually.  One of those really simple things I hadn't considered.

Time to start over :-/
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WTF re excited to introduce our battery cap tether for ACTinBlack DTNVS in black, Multicam Black, and ranger green.
WTF's battery cap tether is laser cut from Brookwood's solution dyed SQUADRON laminate. Available in black, Multicam Black, and ranger green.  Berry compliant.  Made in the USA.

https://www.wtfidea.com/actinblack-dtnvs-battery-cap-tether-berry-compliant-made-in-usa/

*ACTinBlack Europe SARL do not endorse this product. All DTNVS trademarks, brands, etc are property of ACTinBlack Europe SARL*









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Introductions / Re: Member checking in
Last post by savagemann - Nov 23, 2021, 03:03 PM
Thank you!
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Thanks for the reply and for all you've tried to get the data back.
I guess it's time to get this site built back up!
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Introductions / Re: Member checking in
Last post by whiskeytwofour - Nov 22, 2021, 07:44 PM
Welcome aboard!  Good to have you here.
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Introductions / Whiskey Two Four
Last post by whiskeytwofour - Nov 22, 2021, 07:43 PM
Ryan of Whiskey Two Four here.  This is the third iteration of https://gearmaker.org and better than ever.  Thank you for participating.
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Maybe through https://archive.org  Otherwise, no.

On the second iteration of https://gearmaker.org, I hired an SMF SME who also had a hosting company.  We hired him to set up, maintain, and host.  Gearmaker.org became unresponsive.  Attempts to contact through tickets, phone, and email were unsuccessful.

I sifted through various IT forums and found others going through similar frustrations trying to get in touch with him.  A few attempts were made with gently contacting his family members and coworkers on social media.  His daughter emailed me and confirmed her father died.  This was confirmed by other members within his professional community.

There may have been a possibility of getting hands on the server.  As one could imagine, it could subject all parties involved to unknown unintended consequences.  I chose not to pursue the matter.

Throughout all of this, I never had the good sense to backup the site.  Now we have auto back up and I've learned how to do it manually.  One of those really simple things I hadn't considered.

Time to start over :-/
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