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drying time for taulman bridge nylon

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Sorry I do not know the answer for Bridge but I would just warn that the various Taulman nylons do have different melting points (sorry I have forgotten the posh and perhaps more accurate term). I put some 645 and some T-glasse in the same oven. The 645 was perfect and the new T-glasse (with a lower temp.) was completely ruined. You do not make that mistake twice :)


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