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[BKARTS] paper (and paste) properties

Dear Emma,

In Autumn 2000, we published an article in our newsletter 'Skin Deep'
titled 'About Paper Grain' by Richard P Grant.  Although not directly
related to your question, it does have a bearing on the subject.  It can be
found at http://www.hewit.com/sd10-pape.htm

I hope it helps,

best wishes,


David Lanning
J. Hewit & Sons Ltd.
Mobile: 07947 754842
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Emma Jane Hogbin" <emmajane@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, September 01, 2003 10:00 PM
Subject: paper (and paste) properties

> Hi
> I'm looking for information about what happens when paper is pasted. I'm
> interested in reference books, web sites, etc.
> I know that when a piece of paper is pasted to another it may warp...I
> know that thicker paper will pull less than thinner paper...but there must
> be more to know!
> I had fun testing paper properties with these covers (note: the page's
> contents will change in the next week or so, but there will be a link to
> the pictures from this page):
>         http://www.strangelittlegirl.com/books/coptic
> Note: there are three different kinds of paper--all of different weights
> (plus mat board). Even though the boards were dried under weight they
> started to curl/warp when I took them out. (They must not have been dry.)
> Other than waiting patiently for things to dry (and using equal weight
> paper), is there anything I can do to keep the final board flat?
> thanks,
> emma
> --
> Emma Jane Hogbin
> [[ 416 417 2868 ][ www.xtrinsic.com ]]

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