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Re: [BKARTS] hinge tape that looks like electrical tape



I know the hinges you means and you can get them archival quality. I think I
got them at a photography supply store.


on 2/9/04 7:04 PM, Dave Allen at allen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> I have seen similar hinges used for overhead transparencies when I worked as
> an audiovisual technician but I wouldn't think they are archival. The silver
> ones were used with overheads and slides as well.
> Knowing their tendencies to ooze adhesive over time, I sure wouldn't use them
> for photo hinges.
> Dave
> 
> At 05:02 PM 2/9/04 EST, you wrote:
>> I came across a material that looks like electrical tape that was used as a
>> hinge in binding photograhs.  It is black, about 3/4"wide, very thin but
>> strong, definately a plastic and it seemed to have an adhesive on one side
>> and is
>> shiny on the other side.  Does anyone have an idea what it might be? Also
>> where
>> it is available?  I have also seen another tape that is silver but had
>> similar
>> properties.  Any information would be helpful.
>> 
>> Thanks
>> K Dunn
>> 
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