QUESTION New Material for Making Survival Bag/Pouch

WhispTech

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Yes Corporal, you got the point. And this could be a bold-go in making bags/pouches for it was used to make tents, ponchos or tarps. Maybe I could send one to you guys to get a real touch and testing on this material then maybe more ideas will be burst out. What do you guys think?
Yeah but I was asking what version you have. Is it the sil/sil or sil/pu and what is its mm rating? What is the denier as well?

Reason i am asking because tarp/ tent was mentioned and most manufacturers use 5000mm and up. 30d sil/sil is 500mm and 30d sil/pu is 2000mm.
 

Nick

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This material looks to be very light! May I suggest ultra light kit bags for back packing and camping. Do a zippered set from small to extra large.
I've made three different sizes of bags for camping(as pisc show in #2), and planning to include this material into the design of tote bag. And want some more creative ideas to use this material.
 

Nick

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Not sure if this material would be suitable for a lumbar waist pack. I’ve attached some pics of a hunting one that I have View attachment 1881 View attachment 1882 View attachment 1883 View attachment 1884
This material is lightweight and ofcourse water-proof making it could be a good choice for hunting, but if for waist bags which requires more thick and firm fabric, it might be too soft to make a waist bag. Maybe we could combine it with other material to create more choices? Do u guys have any good idea?
 

Dean Cattell

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Not sure if this idea is of interest. The material looks like it would be good for travel pouches. I use these for packing all my clothes etc and can then simply put them in a duffle to carry them all. I can provide some rough measurements of bags that I use if it is of interest. @Nick have the prototype bags you made been working well?
 

Rin

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Not sure if this idea is of interest. The material looks like it would be good for travel pouches. I use these for packing all my clothes etc and can then simply put them in a duffle to carry them all. I can provide some rough measurements of bags that I use if it is of interest. @Nick have the prototype bags you made been working well?
/:joyfulTalking about travel pouches, we have made one prototype of it. And we are planning to have this one a series of three-four sizes:

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