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I agree with Jan about Tyvek and photocopiers; it appears to have a low
melting point.  I once tried to use a hairdryer to dry some PVA on a piece
of Tyvek, and watched it melt away almost instantaneously.  I wouldn't use
it with anything that has heat.

I've used Tyvek in book repair jobs, mostly hinges because it's almost
impossible to tear.  I've also used it as a lining in housings when I want
a non-abrasive surface against the object.

AlanVan Dyke

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