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Re: [BKARTS] Storing finishing tools



i remember seeing them standing upright in small barrels
but with the lack of coopers in the 21st century
now  i just see them hung up either with giant pegs and those spring hangers
like they use for  garden tools
j



On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 7:45 PM, gavin dovey <miniwyvern@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> ..........several people have been asking me what i was going to do with
> all those finishing wheels lying dangerously about the bindery.....
> well , finally i found the right answer...its a traditiional way , but i
> couldn`t think of anything better ,
> I have seen cabinets , but found them to be a little cumbersombe ,
> if anyone has any better solutions feel free to share ,
> meantime i`ll leave a link to the the pics
> g
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j godsey
www.sicpress.com - book repair and cleaning supplies.
www.bibliophilebullpen.com

                                    
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