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And a glorious, good day to all. As a new member, I thought appropriate to briefly introduce myself for those who might be interested.

My name is Mark T., I am 61 (the mind is 21, the body 40 = 61), live in Temple City, (so) CA, and am the owner of Craftsman Tech Composites. My main product is the Wise Backpack, the world's first and only certified bear-resistant backpack, which will hopefully and finally be available for sale in August. It is fabricated of Kevlar and carbon fiber with an internal latching system. Because of employing the attributes of aramid in many of my projects, I an constantly looking for better methods and tooling to cut, drill and edge finish. Although I have not read any others, I happened to read an almost 1 year old post from one of your (or should I say our) members regarding cutting and edgework of Kevlar. That prompted me to join and share the little bit my pea brain my have to offer. Look for my post if you care to do so.

Mark T.

<<< While I my not be among the smartest men in the world, I am smart enough to learn from those who might be.>>>
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kidpit - 6/8/2014 4:51:31 AM
And a glorious, good day to all. As a new member, I thought appropriate to briefly introduce myself for those who might be interested.

My name is Mark T., I am 61 (the mind is 21, the body 40 = 61), live in Temple City, (so) CA, and am the owner of Craftsman Tech Composites. My main product is the Wise Backpack, the world's first and only certified bear-resistant backpack, which will hopefully and finally be available for sale in August. It is fabricated of Kevlar and carbon fiber with an internal latching system. Because of employing the attributes of aramid in many of my projects, I an constantly looking for better methods and tooling to cut, drill and edge finish. Although I have not read any others, I happened to read an almost 1 year old post from one of your (or should I say our) members regarding cutting and edgework of Kevlar. That prompted me to join and share the little bit my pea brain my have to offer. Look for my post if you care to do so.

Mark T.

<<< While I my not be among the smartest men in the world, I am smart enough to learn from those who might be.>>>

kidpit:
Have you begun producing your bearproof backpack?  I went to your website but could not access the video, nor was there any other information or links to information.
---   Andy
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