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More grip when pinching parts between revolving centre and faceplate.

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  • #16
    How about some spray Plastidip? It's pretty rubbery and will peel right off when your done.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Galaxie View Post

      I usually avoid writing paper as it seems to get slipperier the harder it's clamped. Is that due to the chalk and/or clay content? Kraft paper seems to work well even if it gets oily.
      Glossy papers would certainly do that. Or those that are overly smooth and "posh" for letters. But the cheap stuff should be free from most issues.

      Perhaps try a sheet of cheap buff(unbleached) or yellow notepad paper? Pretty sure from how felt point markers bleed on that stuff that there's no sizing or filler clays.
      Chilliwack BC, Canada

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      • #18
        I am not so sure about that. I have a face plate with a disk of plywood on it with double sided tape. I tried to take it off but I had to go to my second face plate.

        I now have a roll of removable double sided tape. Perhaps that would be better. But it's very existence implies that the original double sided tape may have been too strong in some cases.



        Originally posted by Ian B View Post
        Isn't that what double sided sticky tape was designed for?

        Ian
        Paul A.
        SE Texas

        And if you look REAL close at an analog signal,
        You will find that it has discrete steps.

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