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Thread: producing front panels
picon face BY : Peter L. Peres email (remove spam text)

>Tried cyanoacrylate, by any chance?

Of coarse. Bad idea. White fogging everywhere (hard to remove), cyano
heats up tremendously when soaking into slightly humid paper or
cellulose and causes the lamination to thicken at the edge. Also stinks
and you can have a front panel permanently attached to your hand in no
time at all. I tried slow and fast cyano. The fast one was Zap and results
as above. The slow one took days to dry so you had a choice to attach the
panel to your hand later, if you wanted.


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