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Thread: Any tips for cutting 8/10 LF sheets to 5/7

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    Re: Any tips for cutting 8/10 LF sheets to 5/7

    Using a suggestion in an earlier thread I made a small fence on my guillotine paper cutter using strips of blue painter's tape. Two or three layers give you enough of an edge to line of the sheet. Hold the film down when you cut so it doesn't slip. I've had no problems with finger prints if I wash my hands first. The ridge of the tape is so slight you can use a paper cutter normal duties without taking it off. And I just take a little clip off the corner with a paper punch.

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    Re: Any tips for cutting 8/10 LF sheets to 5/7

    Hey pal,

    if you want 5.x7 Ektachrome 64T, (EPY 6118, and Eastman Cat 120 8453) I have 26 sheets free for the postage, I guess about $15. Dated 9/2001 and last shoot was 2/04, which was perfect.

    Let me know if you need any 5x7 Plus-X or Ektapan. Stocked up when Eastman dropped it in 2004.

    Skip

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