Monthly Archives: February 2013

American Screen Supply, Inc

American Screen Supply, Inc 4141 East Raymond Street, Suite G, Phoenix, AZ 85040 Contact: Fred Hess Phone: 602-437-5231 Support: 602-437-5257 Fax: 480-275-3215 www.americanscreensupply.com

Technical Textiles

No matter where in the world they are located, every technical textile customer’s challenge is different. Fortunately, we’re a different kind of company. Our focus isn’t just manufacturing. It’s innovation. In fact, we’re consistently developing product improvements for a variety of industries, including Electrical, Wire and Cable, and Mechanical Rubber Goods.

Ludlow® Furniture Twines & Cords

For the last three decades, Ludlow® brand twines have been the choice of furniture manufacturers and reupholsterers for eight-way hand tied applications. TUFF TWINE® is well known as a reliable and quality performer. A&E’s newest product, WHISPER TWINE®, is specially designed to offer the quietest performance for ultra-high end furniture. Download Furniture Twine Flyer (pdf)

Anetec® Belt Cords and Hose Yarns

Anetec® Belt Cords and Hose Yarns Since 1891, A&E has been producing premium thread and yarn products. A&E’s heritage crafted, Anetec® Belt Cords and Hose Yarns are well known throughout the industry for their high quality and are engineered to provide superior superior performance. A leader in the manufacturing and twisting of yarns and cords …

Eliminating Buttonsew Failures

Describes how to eliminate buttonsew failures.

YKK® Brastique Separating Zippers – 24″

Art. 53.  YKK® Brastique mini ring pull zippers are ideal for handbags, vests, jackets and pocket accents.  Available in 10 colors in 3 different sizes.

Texas Specialties

S.M. Cristall Company, Inc.

S.M. Cristall Co., Inc. has been providing quality sewing threads and supplies for over a century. We offer a large variety of products, including embroidery supplies.

Pinpoint International

KYS Embroidery Supplies

KYS Embroidery Supplies is a distributor for A&E’s Robison-Anton embroidery thread in New England.