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REFLECTOR: From Dennis Martin
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> To: firstname.lastname@example.org, "Benjamin David Cowan" <email@example.com>
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Dennis Martin)
> Subject: Commercial Visqueen
> > Anyone know of a source for the clear plastic, Visqueen, or whatever
> >its called that is in an UNFOLDED roll
> I've been using a commercial grade Alcan Shrink Wrap Film. Sources for it
> include printing shops - there are many brands. (We have a publishing
> business and buy .05 gauge film for shrink wrapping). Local printers will
> gladly tell you about local vendors.
> Alcan (and most brands) come 2000 ft. to a roll. It's 18" wide. I've
> never had a problem with bunching; it makes a great transfer medium.
> It's really fast and convenient. I installed a 2' X 6' shelf on the left
> side of my glassing table. The Alcan box sits there, and I just roll out
> what I need, tape the far end with scotch tape, then slice it off at the
> box with a knife.
> Works for me.
> All the best,
> Dennis Martin
Brian Michalk <http://www.awpi.com/michalk>
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