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    You can't pop the triangles like you can with tension sheet

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    Quote Originally Posted by unixman_again View Post
    You can't pop the triangles like you can with tension sheet
    Someone would soon find something you can do with them.

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    He works in a warehouse yet doesn't have a knife to cut the tape back off

    They missed one thing out though should have shown them smashing the object at the end I assume it's a glass lamp shade but it could just as easily be polycarbonate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    He works in a warehouse yet doesn't have a knife to cut the tape back off

    They missed one thing out though should have shown them smashing the object at the end I assume it's a glass lamp shade but it could just as easily be polycarbonate?

    Ben
    That was what I thought at the end of the video... :-D

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