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Re: various papers



I too have used the folded  sheet method but find that due to uneven
paper feeding wrinkles do occur.

R*

On Fri, 4 Oct 1996, Robert Drake wrote:

> > Lace paper (raindrop paper) is neat stuff.  I have run it through both a
> > photocopier and my laser printer by using a carrier sheet and attaching
> > the front edge of the lace paper to the carrier with Scotch Removable
> > Magic Tape (style 811).  This is a frosted tape that uses Post-It
> > adhesive and is removable.
>
>
> i've always been leery of running adhesive through my printer (though i've
> heard several assurance that PostIt notes & their adhesive is perfectly
> safe).  but i've  had good results by using a carrier sheet made of
> legalsized paper, with the leading edge folded back and over the top
> of the delicate paper:
>                                                   __
>     .............rice paper.........................\
> ----------------carrier sheet------------------------- <-folded leading edge
>
>
> luigi
> burning press
>


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