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Post  MKH on Thu Oct 22, 2020 2:44 pm

After finding that there are a large number of A3 sheets I purchased from TFL (Meckel map), I thought there must be a nice solution to put them all together when playing. I stumbled upon others using various forms of tape, plexiglass, lamination etc. But the idea of bringing a huge plexiglas with me to where we are playing seemed too bothersome and tape did not seem like an ideal solution.

I have choosen a different way by using spray glue to mount the A3 pieces on thick paper that you can find cheap in rolls (used to cover up floor sections when painting a room). I had the parts lying around, so I decided to try it out just to see if it works.

The map can be rolled for transport in a tube and then fixing the edges to the table should make it lie very flat.

I have glued the overview map so far, and it works very well, it is sturdy and does not roll up too much. Just an idea which someone might find useful.

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