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Marking Gaskets

| September/October 1966

A quick and sure way of marking gasket material that beats all other methods is by the use of lubricating oil. Dip the finger in oil and rub the oil over the surface for which the gasket is to be cut. When this is done, lay the gasket material on and tap it lightly with a hammer. When the gasket material is removed, a good outline is formed in oil on the material and can be followed readily with a pair of shears.


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