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Re: [BKARTS] No Wait Adhesive Film



I have used both variations of Gudy, and they have shown themselves to be
durable, easy to work with, and have worked well with many different forms
of materials that I have used in my books.




on 1/7/04 10:58 AM, Talas at info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> I was waiting for this product to come up in discussion, and am surprised
> that it hasn't been until now.  The product you are referring to is called
> Gudy O (870) and is made in Germany.  It is indeed an acid free material,
> and more than any claim by 3M or any other manufacturer, this product has
> passed the Photo Activity Test (PAT) which is a strict test of accelerated
> aging and is considered one of the standards of considering a product
> "archival."  This product is a layer of acrylic adhesive with no substrate,
> meaning it is just a layer of adhesive, making it very thin and strong.  It
> is available in a variety of width rolls ranging from 3/4" to 48" wide.
> 
> Another similar product is Gudy V (830) which is the same acrylic adhesive
> used in the Gudy O, but with a substrate.  Meaning there is a sheet of acid
> free tissue with adhesive coated to both sides to form the double sided
> film.  This provides more adhesive per square inch than the Gudy O allowing
> for an even stronger bond and better adhesion to textured surfaces.
> 
> Additional information, as well as the ability to purchase these products,
> can be found on our web site at the following address:
> http://nt.bnt.com/talas/menu.html?keywords=gudy
> 
> Regards,
> Aaron Salik
> Talas
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
>> Date:    Mon, 5 Jan 2004 01:50:52 -0500
>> From:    shan <shanofnj@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Subject: Re: no wait adhesive film
>> 
>> This may be Scotch 3M 568 Positionable Mounting Adhesive, which has been
>> used by photographers & graphic artists for some time.=20
>> 
> 
> 
> I have a roll of the adhesive but have not yet tried to use it. When I
> ordered it, I did talk to Dennis Brooker the gentleman who is selling it and
> it is not from 3M. He told me that he is bringing it in from Germany and
> says it acid free. It is a double sided adhesive and apparently sticks to
> whatever when it comes in contact with a surface.
> 
> Nena
> 
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