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Re: Need Help!



>         The easiest solution I have would be to print the color design on
> some heavy paper(i.e. 100lb text).  Then have that paper laminated on one
> side - the image side.  The other side (back side) would remain uncoated
> and unlaminated.  Once made you can use the one-side laminated paper as
you
> would any book cloth.
>
>         As an alternative you could reach LBS in Iowa.  They have a cloth
> they call DigiTex. It can be printed on by using "digital printing
> equipment," such as a Webb press.  They will sell as little as 25 cut
> sheets (all the same size) or a 50 yard roll.  There URL is
> <http://www.lbibind.com>.
>
Thanks for the help.  I will check out the link.  I thought about having the
paper laminated, but wasn't sure about finding something acid free.  I need
to do some more research.  Thanks again.

Tina

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