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- Subject: Re: Perforator
- From: "J.S.FARLEY" <J.S.Farley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 12:19:02 +0000
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I use a leather stitch marking tool which I have sharpened a little more
with a file, I find it works well if I run it against a ruler while
resting the paper to be perforated on a blotting paper or other softish base.
One of my friends uses a clock cog he bought in a junk shop and mounted
into a handle, it's soft brass, but he only works on paper so it is still
Two methods I thought you would like to know