Stephen Hamel, Michael Maher, Ori Marmur, Neal H. Moritz.
December 21, 2016
United States of America.
Columbia Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures, Original Film, Company Films, Start Motion Pictures, LStar Capital, Wanda Pictures.
Adventure, Drama, Romance, Science Fiction.
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The 2015 Seattle Boat Show is about a week away and we are busy getting ready. A couple of days ago I stopped by one of our suppliers to pick up some last minute items. When I was getting ready to leave he told me to wait, he had found a box of solid brass military style belt buckles.
These were not some import but made in America (quite a while ago judging from the dust on the box and the way they were packaged). Coupled with some 1-¼” black nylon webbing and you have a great belt.
We will have these in our booth 2122 on the Concourse Level along with webbing, buckles and a sewing machine to custom make straps right at the show.
Why does polypropylene webbing come in so many colors? It is so you can have straps that show your support for your favorite team. Here at work we have problems with Dawgs and Cougs so we have to have webbing to meet their needs.
There are plenty more colors to choose from, check out our polypropylene webbing page. We can make straps to your specifications or sell you all the components to make your own. Shipping is only $6.00 using Priority Mail and the post office provides really quick service, normally 2 or 3 days depending on your location.
If you don’t see the color you need, give me a call at (253) 627-6000. There are products I stock that have yet to make it to my web site.
If you have a strap with a broken buckle, how do you figure out what it is so you can get a new one? The first step is to figure out the width of your webbing. Standard sizes are 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″, 1-1/2″ and 2″ and as you can see from the photos below, these are the nominal widths of the webbing:
Once you have figured out the width, the next step is to find the manufacturer of your buckle. The good news is that most buckles have the brand/manufacturer molded in to the back side of the female half of the buckle:
The final step is to find which model buckle you have. I sell American Cord & Webbing’s products and they make at least two different side release buckles for each web width. The bad news is the parts are NOT interchangable.
Above are two ACW buckles, the top one is the BSR style which is a bit more rectangular, the bottom is the newer CSR style which is more “contoured”, hence the ‘C’ in the product name. You can also see that the bottom buckle has the mart number molded in to the right hand side making it a bit easier to identify. In many of the other pictures you will notice that the part number has been molded in, we all have issues keeping things straight.
Is there anything we have missed, of course. Buckles can be made from different materials. Most of what I sell are Acetal which is a good all around product. Nylon is also used, some buckles are made to resist higher temperatures (fireman’s gear) and others are designed to break at a specific load (pet collars). Most of the inquiries I get are to replace a buckle on a back pack, stroller or piece of luggage where the standard Acetal material will work just fine.
Summer is over and it’s time to clean up the mess from all of our projects. Several extension cords we on the floor just waiting to be tripped over so I grabbed a hose hanger strap and repurposed it to be a cord hanger. Now we can safely walk across the garage without being attacked.
This is just another example of the usefulness of straps around the house. If you have cords (or hoses) to hang, just give me a call at (800) 343-5826 and I can build something that will solve the problem.
The strap in the picture is made using 1″ black polypropylene webbing, a side release buckle and D-ring. Not shown but the end of the webbing is folded over and bar tacked so that it can not unthread from the buckle.
A while back I received a phone call from a company that was having problems with some rental tents. The tents used web straps with plastic double bar buckles and the buckles were breaking. Photos shot back and forth and it was evident the tent manufacturer was using the buckles improperly which was causing the problem.
If you check out the buckle on the left (the one without webbing) you see three horizontal “bars”. The top one (with teeth) is part of the locking mechanism for the loose end of the strap. The middle bar is where you should be sewing your webbing like the buckle in the center with the green webbing. The bottom bar is NOT designed to be used as an attachment point. The buckle on the right with the red webbing is improperly assembled and with any sort of load, the bar will break.
We sell double bar buckle straps in widths from 3/4″ to 2″. They come in any length and our minimum order is one (1) strap. For those who want to make their own straps check out all of the buckles and webbing we have in stock.
I just moved a truck load of furniture and had to unload it with only my wife’s help. To make our lives easier I took a couple of 2″ endless slings which would go under the feet of the sofa and other large pieces. This allowed us to lift with our legs and not have to bend over which puts more strain on your back. The ones we used had a 5 foot length (check the link below to find out how they are measured) but they could have been a bit shorter (the excess length did not matter so these are better too long than short).
The polypropylene webbing is nice and soft so it doesn’t hurt what you are lifting. With a cost of $7.25 each these really are a tool you need to have in your moving kit.
The 2013 Seattle Boat Show is over. Ten days is a long time for a show and for small companies like Westpac it can be quite an ordeal. The good news is this year customers were back out looking at products and asking questions. Time flies when you are busy in the booth and for the bulk of the days we we busy. Evenings were another story, it was dead but Seattle always seems to head off early for dinner (and a cocktail?) rather than going to a boat show.
This year there was some new equipment to see. We had the Kannad R10 manoverboard device and our own 5:1 lifting tackle. The lifting tackle was a big hit. Using an idea from rock climbing we were able to lower the price to $150.00 and still provide a super high quality piece of equipment. Check it out to see how we put it together. All the hardware is sailboat grade and the rope is actually made in the US by Sterling Rope.
There was some time to get out of our booth to check out what others had on offer. Satellite communications seems to be replacing single sideband radios. Following the recent sailboat race around the world shows how much information can be transmitted back and forth (if you have the money) with this type of equipment. LED lights are everywhere, maybe saving power for the satellite antennas, both for use inside and outside. Then there was the floating hot tub which did not look overly seaworthy. It was good to see new products after several years with nothing. Hopefully this is a trend brought about by a strengthening economy.
The 2013 Seattle Boat Show is about two months away but we are already busy preparing for it. Last Friday the show producer sent out their first draft of booth assignments. It appears we will be in the same general location on the west side of the concourse. The big change this year is Winslow Life Raft will be right next to us and we feel this will be a great move.
Over the past few years we have had great success selling our web straps at the show. Now whenever there is some free time webbing is being cut and buckles are being sewn on. This year we plan on bringing an even greater assortment to the show, new sizes and different buckle configurations. As always the best time of the year to buy straps and sail ties is at the show. We offer large discounts especially if you need 4 or more. Our special $1.00 side release buckle strap will also be returning.
We are also working on a new, less expensive 5:1 lifting tackle. It will still use high grade sailboat hardware but we think we have found a way to provide a dramatic price reduction. Hopefully by the first of December we will have more information, stay tuned.