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Saturday, February 28, 2009
Never Enough Glass
Just when you thought that you had cut enough enough glass, you find that you have run out at the most inconvenient time. Meaning cut glass. We have two big rolls of biaxial glass. But for tabbing it needs to be cut into strips of varied widths. Seems just before I do a tabbing job I discover I need to cut more, despite previous attempts to build up stocks. Oh well, better than discovering DURING the tab job. That would be disastrous.