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Re: [BKARTS] working with glassine


When we do edition binding, we often use glasssine as overlays on plates. We
often cut a hundred sheets, or so, at a time. To keep it from sliding all
over the place. we inter-leave it with chipboard, every twenty sheets. This
makes it quite manageable. If you are only cutting twenty-four sheets total,
I would recommend inter-leaving it every six sheets. That should work. I
don't know if a kutrimmer will handle glassine well, even if it is

Ed Stansell

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