0.8 oz Dyneema Composite Fabric
This is fairly lightweight and easy to work with. It's 30% lighter than the 1.1 material Hyperlite uses for their dry stuffsacks, but I was easily able to produce (relatively) air tight sacks from this .8 material. It'll be interesting to see how they stand up to field usage, though.
A++++, not much to add
I ordered a selection of DCF fabric, line locks, DCF repair tape, and cordage. Everything came quickly, in good shape, and for a very reasonable price given how expensive DCF is. Thanks RBTR for helping to feed my MYOG addiction!
It is sure pricey to sew dcf projects, especially for Canadians. Adding the currency exchange 29%, the bite that visa takes (3 or 4%), our goods and services tax 5%, the shipping, and the border inspection fee $10, make a significant disincentive to use expensive fabrics. Since you are able to sell the print on demand fabrics by the inch, can you please consider moving away from the 18 inch increments to actual inches for dcf fabrics. Thanks. I read and appreciate all your information articles and project info.