Like Kristin said, we've tried this. I mean, we really did try it. When we
first started putting the pieces in tubes, we created a folded 2-panel
insert, rather than the stickers we came up with later. We got 'em printed
and everything! And then, our assembly team tried using them... and it was
a disaster! They were so tight, the already difficult job of assembly
became a total nightmare. It was so bad that we threw them away (well,
recycled) and did something else.
I'm sure it seems like this should work. We thought so, too, at one time.
--On February 4, 2006 1:55:18 PM -0500 Karl von Laudermann
On Feb 4, 2006, at 1:34 PM, Kristin Looney wrote:
> this was originally our plan... but there isn't room
> the tubes fit the pyramids perfectly - no room for a slip of
> paper. :(
Huh? I just tried slipping a piece of paper, folded around the corner,
into the tube of my cyan stash, and it went in just fine. Granted, it's
a *little* tight at the corner, because the corners are rounded, but
that just means that the paper doesn't just fall in, it has to be
pushed. Also, the paper I used isn't very thick; 20 lb. weight I
believe. But it seems doable. Or have you switched to tighter tubes
recently? My cyan stash is from back whenever they first became
available to rabbits.
Karl von Laudermann
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