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Re: also perspex



You could quickly run a few pass of  flame (eg from a cigarette lighter)
along the edge of perspex that you want smooth.

>A new question. I am using a sheet of perspex (tm) on a box - just a sheet
>cut to an oblong shape. Any advice on getting a nice smooth edge where it
>has been cut?
>
>Best wishes, Martyn Ould
>
>The Old School Press
>

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