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    Photos: New Clicker Press

    Our new clicker press has been delivered to our new Seattle location. We use the "clicker" press to die-cut small fabric parts like Organizer Pouches and also to cut the hard plastic parts to the Field Journal. It's a common tool in the shoe industry; most or all of the parts that went into whatever shoes you are now wearing wear cut with something like this clicker. While a lot of people wouldn't be excited about a new clicker press, we are, and we figured you might be too.

    Unloading the clicker press for us is our contractor Rob Joyce.







    Have a question? @Darcy (to make sure I see it)

    Current carry: testing new potential materials in the form of Original Large Shop Bags.

    #2
    this looks like an entirely fun toy!
    -m

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      #3
      That's just plain cool!

      I hope you post more photos of the new facility, Darcy! As I live about a zillion miles away, and am growing larger by the moment (someone should have warned me about this twins thing before I asked for a backrub), chances that I would make it to WA to see the factory in person anytime soon are pretty slim. I'd love a virtual tour, though!
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      Inigo Montoya: You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

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        #4
        must be nice and warm there in seattle! rob the contractor is wearing just a t shirt?
        aeronaut[black/solar]tristar[black/red iberian]western flyer[black/steel]synapse[black/steel]side effect[black/wasabi]medium cafe bag[black/wasabi]large cafe bag[black/wasabi]shopping bag[steel].

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          #5
          Originally posted by Janine View Post
          That's just plain cool!

          I hope you post more photos of the new facility, Darcy! As I live about a zillion miles away, and am growing larger by the moment (someone should have warned me about this twins thing before I asked for a backrub), chances that I would make it to WA to see the factory in person anytime soon are pretty slim. I'd love a virtual tour, though!
          I second Janine about the cool machine and the virtual tour.

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            #6
            Originally posted by blackfungi View Post
            must be nice and warm there in seattle! rob the contractor is wearing just a t shirt?
            Either that, or Rob is working hard to get the new equipment set up!
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            Inigo Montoya: You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

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              #7
              Is that some blue sky peeking out?

              I jest! The weather was enjoyable during our Seattle trip last year.
              Been there. Done that. Can't remember.

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                #8
                Very nice! Maybe we'll get to see it in action soon?

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