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Subject: Window films

Window films

From: Jed Bark <jbark>
Date: Thursday, October 10, 2002
Karen Potje <kpotje [at] cca__qc__ca> writes

>We are looking for a translucent white window film which can be
>applied to the *inside* of the back wall of a lexan display case in
>which black and white photographs (historic and modern) will be
>exhibited. ...

Cyro makes an acrylic sheet called P99, which has a "non-glare"
surface, and is 4' x 8'. Perhaps this could be mounted to the Lexan,
if the design would allow for the sheets to be pieced together. If
not, a "frosted" Mylar may still be made; if it is, and if its
properties are acceptable, then it could be mounted with 3M #465
acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive, which is available on rolls up
to 48" wide.

Jared Bark
Bark Frameworks
New York City, NY

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