Author Topic: Abrasives Systainer  (Read 16837 times)

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Offline Cheese

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Re: Abrasives Systainer
« Reply #30 on: May 25, 2018, 10:25 AM »

I saw a suggestion to go through the stack alternating the sheets front to front then back to back to prevent clinging. I have not tried it.

That's what I do,  [thumbs up]   otherwise it's impossible to place 125mm discs in the standard Systainer insert because the discs will not shift into a nice stack and fit in the recess. When the sheets are placed with same surfaces contacting each other, you can cup the stack with both hands and align all of the discs. It also eliminates most of the natural cupping of the discs because over time they will lay flat.

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