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Title: Tool Belt
Post by: timtheboatguy on March 19, 2013, 10:39:33 PM
I finally got around to making a tool belt. This one is for fitting the blank to the boat, and I plan to make another one for doing the final fit and snap installation.

(http://www.kloppenberg.us/toolbelt1.jpg)

http://www.kloppenberg.us/toolbelt1.jpg

Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: Mojo on March 20, 2013, 04:54:30 AM
Very nice. I have a large version that is attache to the shelf on my right next to the sewing machine.
I keep all my tools in that one ( scissors, nippers, hog ear clippers, two tiny needle nose pliers, tape measure, etc., etc.

They come in real handy. I am sure you will like yours.

Chris
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: Mike on March 20, 2013, 07:50:44 AM
Im like you chris next to my machines. When im eorking on boat im in then here sitting kneeling kn. the bow ect. And in past lifes i always had stuff fall out kneeling inless im stsnding sll the time sernt good. Before ehen all my boat were in my yard and i was sorkinh around them on trailers i had a work table i sat all my stuff or on e the. Over is partialyon snapping i set my little plastic tackle trsy of snap pRts on the. Over and i stall the rest of the snaps.  But now im uslualy sitting on a boat lift cross beam installing snaps. Somthing good would surly go inthe drink.
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: timtheboatguy on March 20, 2013, 08:44:41 AM
If someone made a magizine fed snap tool and I would not need the other belt!

With sore thumbs and fingers, and then that little rubber thingy that holds the button in place gets stiff from the cold. I spend more time fumbling around with snaps than sewing the cover!
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: Grebo on March 20, 2013, 11:55:31 AM
If someone made a magizine fed snap tool and I would not need the other belt!


Yeh that sounds real cool, put me down for one.  :)

Suzi
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: Mike on March 20, 2013, 07:26:41 PM
I hate when I have to work with a chewed up rubber and the caps keep faling out of the tool
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: Can-Vas on March 22, 2013, 02:36:08 AM
Well don't be so cheap Mike and order a few for your Pres n Snap - they're only a few cents...    :P
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: Mojo on March 22, 2013, 04:43:13 AM
I hate when I have to work with a chewed up rubber and the caps keep faling out of the tool

LOL...........I probably better not go there. Rubbers...tool...forget it. :)

Chris
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: Mike on March 22, 2013, 07:28:30 AM
Ya ;).  

Its usualy i find my rubber is no good and im on the job already. Without any new rubbers left ;)
So i have a old used rubber for my tool.

Here my large  tool belt for my station.
http://i782.photobucket.com/albums/yy102/Mike8560/AdobePhotoshopExpress_20130209171808_zps38c3c803.jpg
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: jojo on March 22, 2013, 09:38:12 AM
Well don't be so cheap Mike and order a few for your Pres n Snap - they're only a few cents...    :P

Can you buy just the rubber? I thought you had to buy the whole attachment, and I can't find those for less than $25.
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: JuneC on March 22, 2013, 09:50:08 AM
Well don't be so cheap Mike and order a few for your Pres n Snap - they're only a few cents...    :P

Can you buy just the rubber? I thought you had to buy the whole attachment, and I can't find those for less than $25.

Yep.  Lots of places. 


http://www.perfectfit.com/15336/154459/Fastener-Tools/Press--N--Snap-Tool.html

http://www.yourautotrim.com/rerure.html

http://www.rochfordsupply.com/shop/Upholstery_Tools/Snap_Fastener_Tools/Replacement_Parts_for_Press-N-Snap_Kit/index.html

June
Title: Re: Tool Belt
Post by: regalman190 on March 22, 2013, 11:18:01 AM
I buy them from Manart.