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Re: [ARSCLIST] Reel-to-reel preservation supplies?
With difficulty you can reel these up, without using the slot. It takes
practise. Otherwise, your only real alternative is the go with 10.5 inch reels
and hubs. There are places around where you can purchase 2nd hand metal
flanges and it may be worth your while looking locally as to what you can get.
Sound Archivist/Sound Engineer/Sound Consultant
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Santa Monica, CA, 90404
Quoting Christie Peterson <cpeterso@xxxxxxxxx>:
> Yeah, but the Polyline ones look like they are slotted -- not much of a
> bargain if it's damaging the tape.
> Christie Peterson
> Project Archivist, Muskie Archives & Special Collections
> Bates College
> 70 Campus Avenue
> Lewiston, ME 04240-6018
> (t) 207-753-6918
> (f) 207-755-5911
> Lou Judson wrote:
> > Seems normal to me, uless you want to buy several dozen cartons of 180
> > each:
> > <http://www.polylinecorp.com/productlist.asp?OPT=120010000100000100>
> > Lou Judson ? Intuitive Audio
> > 415-883-2689
> > On Sep 27, 2006, at 9:30 AM, David Breneman wrote:
> >>> I recently ran across this product. I can't say what the plastic
> >>> polymer is, but at least it provides a uniform size reel for 3" and
> >>> 5" reel tapes.
> >>> http://www.usrecordingmedia.com/tmepllahub7r.html
> >> $17 for five?! Holy cats! I remember buying spot reels for
> >> 35 cents apiece less then 10 years ago!