How to find a professional forum for paper related question‘s

Buntpapier

Well-known member
Hi!

I am searching for a forum like this but regarding paper technology.
I have to build illustrative model of a sheet of paper in relation of 1:100. A 100g paper will get a 10 mm thickness. To do this I need more information’s about the fibers. For example length, diameter, amount of fibers in relation to the paper volume. Are fibers more like a pipe and if yes which wall sickness do fibers have.
The forum language does not matter. I just need a good forum.

Thanks

Buntpapier
 

gordo

Well-known member
Hi!

I am searching for a forum like this but regarding paper technology.
I have to build illustrative model of a sheet of paper in relation of 1:100. A 100g paper will get a 10 mm thickness. To do this I need more information’s about the fibers. For example length, diameter, amount of fibers in relation to the paper volume. Are fibers more like a pipe and if yes which wall sickness do fibers have.
The forum language does not matter. I just need a good forum.

Thanks

Buntpapier
The place to start is TAPPI:TAPPI
 

Buntpapier

Well-known member
Hi Gordo!

Thanks for the hint. At the end it wasn’t TAPPI, it was another paper freak. But anyway the direction was perfect.

Thanks

Buntpapier
 

traviscalder

New member
Hi Buntpapier
I am having some problems with a Polar Mohr 76 SD-P machine, I have seen from some old forums that you are very helpful and knowledgeable on this machine. Are you still active on the Print Planet forum? I will explain full story...

thanks
Travis
 

traviscalder

New member
Hi traviscalder!

I will try to help. What is the problem.

Best regards
Buntpapier
Hi Buntpapier
You helped me before on a troublesome 76SDP, now when I switch it on, it just flashes the ( = ) icon on the display. No keys seem to do anything, the machine seems to lock out and not allow anything.
No other error codes, just ( = ) flashing.
Do you have any ideas please...??

Thanks
Travis
 

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