Talk:BPG Encapsulation

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Hi folks, I just wanted to open up this space to discuss changes to the encapsulation page.

The structure of this page is based on:

Book Conservation Catalog - Board Reattachment

  • I modified to remove chapter and section numbers which were getting very confusing. I also used the automatic Wiki Table of Contents by removing the blocking "NOTOC" code and the manual internal links. Basically I think I combined the above format with the Book & Paper Group's Housings page. -- ek, 4/29/14

Also, this page would benefit from more information about makes and models of encapsulators, tips and tricks for oversize encapsulation, ...

  • I think we should find places for tips and tricks on the actual page. And I think the differences in encapsulator models could be a whole page on its own :) but unless we have a lot of submissions, why not also try to find a place on the actual page for them as well. -- ek, 4/29/14

We would love to expand the treatment variations sections, with photos, if you have them. Feel free to add a new one!

Should the topic of encapsulation have it's own chapter, or be added as a "Historical Methods and Materials" section of this page? --Denise Stockman (talk) 16:41, 25 February 2018 (CST)

Perhaps you mean lamination? --Kkelly (talk) 10:41, 27 February 2018 (CST) My initial thoughts are that lamination should be mentioned on this page as a "Historical Method" and cellulose acetate delamination should have its own page as a treatment.