Posted 8 years ago
The paper welder worked by compressing two or more sheets of paper between metal teeth/gears forming interlocking slots which held the papers together without staples, pins, clips or any cutting of the papers. The weld could easily be removed simply by rubbing it firmly with a flat object.
The latest version of the Paper Welder weighs one pound 6 ounces and measure 5.25” L x 1.875” W x 4.375” H.
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