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scaron at umich.edu
Thu Sep 10 13:40:00 CDT 2015
I have a few old ... let's just say Hollerith cards ... LOL ... and the
stock feels a little reminiscent of that of a manilla folder or 3x5 card,
but slightly thicker. It's kind of an odd basis weight ... too heavy for
cheap folders, too light for expensive folders ... wouldn't be amenable to
running through a printer due to the rigidity ... so probably very few
applications for that particular grade of paper besides making Hollerith
cards ... I'm not totally surprised it would be hard to find these days.
On Thu, Sep 10, 2015 at 12:56 PM, simon <simski at dds.nl> wrote:
> Its hard to explain. it feels tough and bendable, but it is thinner as you
> would expect from the toughness.
> On 10-09-15 18:08, tony duell wrote:
>> If you find a source of paper stock that works, please let everyone
>>> know about it. The real paper is gone, and will likely never be made
>>> again. It is a specialized stock that is extremely difficult to make.
>> What is different about it? Thickness? Weight/square metre? Density?
>> Impregnated with something?
> Met vriendelijke Groet,
> Simon Claessen
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