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Re: Ingenius innovations

Postby longtimefan » Sat Nov 30, 2019 12:59 pm

Gorilla Printer wrote:
just Andy wrote: Just to reiterate, I mean cut with a blade/scalpel, not with scissors. If you place two tapes on top of each other and cut through both of them, the gap will be tiny.



Thanks, I was actually using a Stanley knife. Will have to find my scalpel, haven't used it in years
:eek:

Gorilla
I've used this and it's awesome..

The blade is the best part..stays sharp for ever.
https://www.michaels.com/3m-scotch-util ... gIojfD_BwE


These are also nice

https://m.banggood.com/Raitool-DT05-16p ... gLGVfD_BwE
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Re: Ingenius innovations

Postby Gorilla Printer » Mon Dec 02, 2019 11:19 am

longtimefan wrote:I've used this and it's awesome..

The blade is the best part..stays sharp for ever.
https://www.michaels.com/3m-scotch-util ... gIojfD_BwE


These are also nice

https://m.banggood.com/Raitool-DT05-16p ... gLGVfD_BwE


Thanks longtimefan
But I found my scalpel and yesterday plugged some of our softest mounting tape underneath fine text and screen of a one-up job of the post above.Was way easier to achieve and the end result seemed to work better. One of the Supervisors wants to start using the softer tape straight away.I said let's wait until we get the worst of this job -which is 3 up and our heaviest primer laydown-so we can prove that it is better.Then we can start thinking about rolling this out.
Love this stuff!

Cheers
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