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Old Aug 06, 2008, 07:20 PM
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That's one way to over simplify things, a lot.

Reality is that not all laminating films have the same properties. Some
are thick, some are thin, some are rigid, some are pliable. Some are simply
stronger than others, some brittle. Some shrink when heated, some don't.
Some offer decent UV protection. Some have thick aggressive adhesives
and some don't. But you can believe they're all the same if you want.
It's no different than comparing rolls of packing tape. I can line up 10
different brands of clear tape, and show at least that many differences
between them.

If you can get something with the same properties of the 7-10mil flexible,
that's colored, then I'm sure it'll be popular, but you've got to understand
why people like the "new stuff" as it is.

ian
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