PROTOTYPING Omnivore Multipurpouse Modular Pouch

TheMedic08

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Finally completed. We did diffierent panels for the pouch so it can be customized based on personal needs. I tested the mesh panel and it really take time to cross the plastic cord on it. I think it's a problem which need to be fixed.

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That looks absolutely brilliant! Fantastic work!

Yeah it takes a lot of effort to weave cordage through it for sure. I use forceps to make it a bit easier when weaving molle.
However I see this as a proof of concept. Do you have any ideas on how to solve the issue?
 
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TheMedic08

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I have worked up some insert suggestions from Onetigris products that already exist, and a AR magpouch insert, and IFAK insert that should fit this and the admin panel I tested. It could also be used behind a plate in a plate carrier or any bag with loop. Should I post it here or on another thread?
I'd love to see it and have no problem if it's posted here. You can make another thread as well. Your choice :)
 
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FlightMedic68w

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Howdy folks, the netting is a good idea, however. Unless there is a newer style netting out there, it doesn’t hold up very well. We had similar netting products in our aid bags in Iraq. By the end of the deployment 90% of the netting was gone or barely hanging on.

even the netting that we’d store Israeli dressings and asherman chest seals in was cut to pieces.

would it be possible to to sew a grid of the shock bungee cord with snaps that could snap in to the corners and middle of the molle grid?
 

TheMedic08

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Howdy folks, the netting is a good idea, however. Unless there is a newer style netting out there, it doesn’t hold up very well. We had similar netting products in our aid bags in Iraq. By the end of the deployment 90% of the netting was gone or barely hanging on.

even the netting that we’d store Israeli dressings and asherman chest seals in was cut to pieces.

would it be possible to to sew a grid of the shock bungee cord with snaps that could snap in to the corners and middle of the molle grid?
Thanks for the imput! Nothing trumps field experience(y)
I think nowadays, with everything being velcro as far as inserts go, it would be more modular. Especially since we want to add more that one type of insert...
 
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FlightMedic68w

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I totally agree about Velcro, the bungee shock cord panel and the molle panel wold be the only ones with snaps. So you could snap the bungee panel into the bag for equipment that won’t fit with typical molle. Odd sizes and shapes etc.
 
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Andy Z.

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I totally agree about Velcro, the bungee shock cord panel and the molle panel wold be the only ones with snaps. So you could snap the bungee panel into the bag for equipment that won’t fit with typical molle. Odd sizes and shapes etc.
How does this look like? Bungee cord with snaps?
 

Andy Z.

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I tested to set up by the new solution. Even though it's easy to cross the cord this time, it's difficult to put in and take off the stuff.
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FlightMedic68w

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It could look like this, or you can have a horizontal and vertical row. Making a waffle pattern. Each portion would be fully adjustable. Instead of snaps you could Velcro around the backside of all four edges.
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Andy Z.

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I think a roll of velcro strap can achieve the modular feasure and you can take the medical stuff quickly in emergency.
We can provide a long velcro strap and you can cut it into small pieces based on the things you want to carry in the pouch. See the pic below.
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FlightMedic68w

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The laser cut molle under the cordage on the picture does not need to be there. Not familiar with how the holes are cut but I know they are stitched to avoid fraying. I assumed they were punched and not laser cut.
 
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TheMedic08

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Not familiar with how the holes are cut but I know they are stitched to avoid fraying. I assumed they were punched and not laser cut.
The picture you shared is a laser cut grid. That was pretty much what I had in mind in the first place. We decided to go with the grid since 1TG can not do the lasercut thing.

I think a roll of velcro strap can achieve the modular feasure and you can take the medical stuff quickly in emergency.
We can provide a long velcro strap and you can cut it into small pieces based on the things you want to carry in the pouch. See the pic below.
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A cool Idea but the issue I'm seeing with this is that if you prepare your equipment and open the gauze rolls and other supplies before the mission it will stick to the velcro and deteriorate when taking it out.