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Etching Hot Plates - thank you.
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- Subject: Etching Hot Plates - thank you.
- From: Robyn Sassen <mephisto@GLOBAL.CO.ZA>
- Date: Thu, 5 Mar 1998 15:48:09 +0200
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Thank you very much for your, as always, prompt advice regarding the
etching hot plate. To answer some of your queries, I am working primarily
with zinc and copper plate, in a variety of sizes (the largest is a little
smaller than A3 - the smallest a little larger than a postage stamp). I
have decided to follow sage advice given and get hold of a food heater,
covered in glass. My mother owns one, but reckon she would not wax lyrical
in my absence over melted softground getting stuck to the bottom of her pots.