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Misajegar at aol_com wrote:
> Wright- where do you get the plastic binder edgings???
Any big office supply house. They look, from one end like this (within the
limits of ascii art and my patience):
> I've been thinking of doing the same as you're recommending, as I've found
> that the kits don't aways fit snugly the first time and it usually takes some
> readjustments to get'm set up right.
I still think the glass dividers, siliconed in place that Jim Fong uses are
about as good as it gets. He makes the glass 1/16" undersize as the cement
fills that gap nicely.
The dividers I used were intended for small reports, so the edges were pressed
closed on the side opposite the flat spine (which is siliconed to the glass).
It's really hard to get the plastic canvas started into them, so I cut off a
45 degree corner at the top. That way, just pressing down with the mesh sheet
tends to open the binder and let you slide them on down. You adjust the fit by
cutting the mesh to size. Too long and it bows, and too short -- well...
[My chief engineer used to tell me, "Cut it too short, for you can always weld
it. What the hell are you going to do if you cut it too long?" <BG>]
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