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Looking for thin, material with 630Ám pore size
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Posted by: berichag «

06/13/2005, 16:54:34

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Pore size is important to stop fruit flies from escaping but the material needs to be paper thin or less so the flies can basicly reach through it to feed and lay there eggs. Fruit flies are extremely small. If you have any ideas I really appreciate it.






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Posted by: lo_gian «

06/15/2005, 11:57:15

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This can be custom manufactured for you.
give me info on:
Distance between pores?
Style of pore arrangement?
Anticipated strength of material?

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Posted by: randykimball «
Barney
06/14/2005, 18:18:01

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I'm sorry gang, I was trying to be helpful and delete the message that was replaced and managed to delete both the corrected version and the one in error. ... Whoever posted the reply, please re-post, ..... my bad.

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