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a strong fabric (such as cotton canvas) used for making sails and tents

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com) has announced the addition of Fibres and Fabrics for Advanced Sailcloth to their offering
In order to investigate how stable new sails can be under different wind conditions, we performed numerous tensile tests on different modern, laminated sailcloth.
99THERE'S nothing more fun than converting an old pair of pants into a sailcloth or a flip-flop into an improvised water flask.
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Kirby continued his relationship with Hood Sails in Sydney for the sail wardrobe for Patrice having D4 laminates mostly, with Dimension sailcloth used in their two furling Code Zeros, which run off a UBI bowsprit furler.
This is particularly important for products that require ultimate flatness, such as sailcloth.
During spring and summer, they cover the slats with sailcloth that shades and cools the courtyard but allows some light to come through.
Tongue and groove boards on walls give a beach hut look, and are well complemented by Roman blinds in creamy canvas sailcloth.
Each kit features an 8-inch adjustable wrench, 6-inch pliers, 10-inch slip-joint pliers, 10-inch waterpump pliers, 6-inch needlenose pliers, 3-inch and 4-inch Phillips screwdrivers, 3-inch and 4-inch slotted screwdrivers, two detail brushes and mini shears for cutting everything from vinyl decking to Kevlar sailcloth.
The idea comes from Australia, where, years ago, canopies were made of sailcloth.
A previous showhome, which used colours from the Tate Liverpool Collection - including pillar red, sailcloth and cavern grey - has now been sold, after being declared a `masterpiece' by art-loving customers.
Ellis offered: "It's a material revolution, rather than a shape one; the sailcloth, rigging, carbon and ropes all make the difference these days.
After the fire, $800,000 was raised to rebuild the church--producing a replica that is authentic right down to the sailcloth covering the interior walls.
So if you haven't splashed out on a new sail for a few seasons, the following pages will give you an update on what the top lofts have been busy doing with new sailcloth and fabricating technologies.