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    #16
    great stuff, im deff going to make some of these

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      #17
      Nice!

      Greetings,

      Sven

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        #18
        riker cases

        I just finished more than a dozen cases of various sizes with this terrific suggestion...what a difference it makes. Thanks for the instructions and idea...everything looks so much more professionally displayed.

        And it was easy/cost effective to boot!!

        Excellent stuff! Thanks again!!

        Russell

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          #19
          Hallo Guys,

          I have a Question with this Guide. Is the Rikker Frame a special acidfree one or a normal one used for "Rikker Mounts"? And if polybatting is archivalsave, could you use the inlets of the normal Rikker mounts in the market?

          Greetings
          Edelweiß21


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            #20
            I'm pretty sure they're just standard frames, and so I'd be worried about the formaldehyde which could escape. Personally, when I use wood, I seal the inside using barrier film (although extra thick aluminium foil works pretty well too and is a darn sight cheaper, but it is susceptible to tears). I've found that ist's not absolutely necessary to seal with any primer beforehand, although that gives an extra level of protection.

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