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Re: Perforating



Add me, in the Washington DC area.
Buck Jeppson

On Thursday, March 04, 1999 2:23 PM, Susan Lightcap [SMTP:slightcap@MINDSPRING.COM] wrote:
> Ad my name to the list of artists who'd love to acquire a perforatting
> machine.  Anything available in the Southeastern US, Y'all?
> Susan Lightcap
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> At 08:17 AM 3/4/99 -0800, you wrote:
> >Most of us are using a perforator to perforate 'artistamps', psuedo
> >postage stamps made by artists.  Getting a good perf is very difficult
> >without a true perforating machine, as most devices 'punch' or 'push' a
> >hole in the paper, instead of 'cutting' a hole.  The latter leaves a
> >clean round hole with no edges sticking up. The only artist I know who
> >got a decent perf without a perforating machine used an animal
> >hypodermic syringe, and he jumped at the chanch to acquire a perforating
> >machine when it arose.  If anyone knows of any perforating machines for
> >sale, please let me know, as I know a few artists who would love to get
> >their hands on one -
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> >Jas W Felter
> >West Vancouver, British Columbia
> >CANADA
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> >Jas W Felter <http://www.faximum.com/jas>
> >2707 Rosebery Avenue, West Vancouver, BC, CANADA  V7V 3A3
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