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Trimming Plastic Keytops
By Andy Taylor

I always file plastic keytops at the sharp notch with a fine file.  This
takes a little more time but works out okay.  Most of the time I always
have to space out the keyslip with paper punchings.  Plastic keytops have
a nasty habit of binding on it.

Andy Taylor

(Message sent Mon 28 Apr 1997, 14:10:47 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Keytops, Plastic, Trimming

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