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Re: [BKARTS] punch holes



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The industrial department in your middle or high school probably can drill
them for you once they are held securely against slippage.

Angee Cobb
>
> Two Ideas...
>
> Find a local printer or bindery and talk them into punching the holes
(free
> ... it for kids) with their power hole punch. It can punch 100's of sheets
at
> one time. Shouldn't take long.

> > Holes may not be as clean, but you can use a power drill. Press the
paper
> tight as possible between two pieces of heavy board or wood and drill
gently
> and slowly with a sharp bit.
>
>
> >I was doing books with a stick binding with a class of elementary school
> >children this week and had to make a lot of holes pretty quickly.  I used
> >a
> >leather punch type hole punch

> Mystical Places Press

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