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Re: Concertina Binding
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- Subject: Re: Concertina Binding
- From: Robyn Sassen <mephisto@GLOBAL.CO.ZA>
- Date: Sun, 25 May 1997 21:52:55 +0000
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> stonehenge but misted the paper lightly and left it overnight between
> blotters in a garbage bag. Try BFK from a roll, which is unsized and
> requires very little moistening. What kind of paper were you using that
> fell apart?
Hannemueller. I soaked the paper overnight and left it the following
day between blotters in a garbage bag. It could be because I
resoaked between each printing perhaps.
> You can certainly print on other paper and tip in or chine colle-
> depends on the combination of papers and what you're using as the
> support sheet.
You mean chine colle the papers together? Will this hold as a