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HOT TOOLS introduces a new photo tacking iron. The Hot Tools Hot Tacking Tool is a pencil-thin tacking iron that features a Teflon[R]-coated spatula tip for dry mounting photographs and artwork or spot tacking and positioning before placing into a hear press. Requiring very little pressure to protect the dry mount tissue, it has a tapered wooden handle and the non-stick tip heats up to 200 F in 45 seconds. The Hot Tacking Tool is about the size of an artist's brush, only 6 3/4 inches long and weighs less than 1 ounce. A useful tool for photography instructors. For more information, circle No. 398 on the Arts & Activities Reader Service Card.
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Title Annotation:shop talk
Publication:Arts & Activities
Date:Jan 1, 2005
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