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Re: heat-set tissue
- To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
- Subject: Re: heat-set tissue
- From: Peter Verheyen <pdverhey@DREAMSCAPE.COM>
- Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 14:44:16 -0500
- In-Reply-To: <199802191943.OAA01742@ultra1.dreamscape.com>
- Message-Id: <199802191944.LAA20555@lindy.stanford.edu>
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is this the one made by Neschen, the Filmoplast folks?
Peter Verheyen, Conservation Librarian
315.443.9937 <wk> 315.443.9510 <fax>
On Thu, 19 Feb 1998, Linda Blaser wrote:
> Bookmakers carries a new heat set tissue which does come in rolls. It
> is made by a German manufacturer. I personally like it and would
> recommend trying it.
> Linda A. Blaser
> > ----------
> > From: Charles Mohr ok[SMTP:livres@EARTHLINK.NET]
> > Reply To: Book_Arts-L: The list for all the book arts!
> > Sent: Thursday, February 19, 1998 12:53 PM
> > To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
> > Subject: Re: heat-set tissue
> > Scott Kellar wrote:
> > >
> > > I am currently unable to find a source for heat-set tissue in sheets
> > or
> > > rolls. Does anyone know where it can be procurred? Univ. Products,
> > Gaylord,
> > > BookMakers no longer carry it, so disregard what the catalogs may
> > say. Thank
> > > you.
> > >
> > > Scott Kellar
> > > Chicago
> > To scott et al,
> > If you go to a Fabric shop, there are quite a number of different
> > brands
> > and applications for heatset tissue - as used in the garment industry
> > for various apps.
> > You might come across one which looks familiar and acts familiar as
> > one
> > you might have purchased through one of our traditional sources.
> > That's how I found out it works quite well, especially if you have to
> > use a fine handwoven silk as i did the other day. On open, rough
> > structured fabrics, I use couloured wachs to color the tissue before
> > applying it, to create an background whichs blends nicely in.
> > regards,
> > charles mohr