[ Wallace Venable wrote in 060530 MMDigest:
> I have three John Smith organ rolls cut by Melvin Wright on "plastic
> paper," and it looks like good stuff. When I tried a quick Google
> search I did not get clear answers. Could you post specific
> references? You can do so without making recommendations.
Hello Wallace, the "plastic paper" is "good stuff", because it is
- more durable then paper
- stronger then paper
But! -- once this stuff starts to rip, you are in big-time trouble!
It doesn't glue as well as paper and thus "repairing" a ripped roll is
quite a vain effort.
What would you use the "plastic paper" for?
- If you just trying to extend/replace the beginning/end of your paper
rolls with this: great!
- If you wanna punch your own music: unless you have really good and
precise as well as sharp machinery: *forget it!*
Just my 2 cents,
Burnaby, B.C., Canada