Re: Clearprint Vellum questions...

From: Sam Wang ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/06/04-06:51:46 AM Z
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You must be thinking of some other brand of vellum. There is quite a bit of difference between
them. I doubt if any are made of animal skin anymore.

Most drafting vellum are thin, translucent, 100% rag paper, well sized to withstand repeated
erasure. They do shrink and the sizing may not last beyond one printing in gum. Koh-i-noor was
the only brand I found to withstand repeated printing.

But try it and report back on your mileage.

Sam Wang

> From: "David J. Greiner Jr." <>
> Date: 2004/01/06 Tue AM 06:50:57 EST
> To:
> Subject: Clearprint Vellum questions...
> Hello all,
> There's been talk about this particuilar paper recently and in the past
> as well. A search through the archives didn't answer the questions I have
> so, I figured I'd ask. Does vellum shrink much? Is their anything special I
> need to know about sizing it? To be honest, I can't recall if I've ever used
> or seen vellum, but for some reason I seem to be envisioning a very smooth
> and plasticy type of paper, or maybe I'm thinking of something entirely
> different. I'm heading to the store tomorrow to buy new paper and figure
> I'll pick some up while I'm there. Oh, and I was planning on trying gum on
> it.
> Thanks for your time.
> -David-
> *****
Received on Tue Jan 6 06:52:01 2004

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