Re: Staple-less staplers
- To: domesteading at sculptors dot com
- Subject: Re: Staple-less staplers
- From: Kenneth Turgen <ktsquared at att dot net>
- Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2000 16:08:13 -0700
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yes, they are.
I always find it amazing that a machine of such small size can just
"mechanically" splice two (or more) pieces of paper together with such
ease . . . gosh.
Charles J Knight wrote:
> > Ken Turgen showed me a very cool stapler he got last year. I think
> > it's of Danish design. It doesn't use staples, but rather cuts a
> > small "U" shaped notch in the papers, and bends them through the
> > ensuing hole and folds underneath. It's very stylish.
> I got one of those back when I was a baby...well, almost a baby. I
> think it was around 1975...they've been around a long time, and work
> very well.
> -- Chuck Knight
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