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Dear laboratory 424,Lots of thanks for your support!
WOW!! I'm IMPRESSED!!I will definitely recommend your site to all my friends. Guess what? Yesterday I gave myself thoughts and came to exactly same procedure you have recommended. Even rounding the metal sheet corners.And you're correct: there're no any spots on silk from 3M Super 77.Thanks a lot. I will add a drink to my sandwich to celebrate how awesome YOU are. Till next project - Arkady
Thanks for quick and, as usual, very instructive reply.I've never used glue on the fabric before. Is there any chance of making spots on face of the fabric because of adhesive?What about applying a stapler on the edge of carton's back using an extra 1" of fabric trim. Am I right to think that staples will fold between metal sheet and carton?Thanks again for your help.
Thanks for very detailed instructions and illustrations. I'm planning to use a board for "fridge magnets" bought while travelling. I will use red silk fabric on face of metal sheet instead of acrylic face: don't want an exposed metal. What's your opinion? I will staple silk to the carton.
Also, would you suggest using a liquid nails to glue metal sheet to the board as my frame's size is 40" by 28"? I thought it would make structure more rigid. Thanks
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