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Topic Title: DB Circuit Reference Templates
Topic Summary: Where can i get them
Created On: 25 November 2012 06:28 PM
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 25 November 2012 06:28 PM
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keithredpath

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I need to replace 30 MEM distribution board circuit reference templates as the originals have been used and abused.

I am referring to the layer of paper which sticks to the space between the two sets of mcbs and on which you can write the circuit numbers and their phase references. i.e. 3L123, 4L1, 4L2, etc.

Can anyone help.

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 25 November 2012 07:32 PM
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DOUGIE1000

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Prob a wee handled label machine be best and do sent take long

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 25 November 2012 07:53 PM
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savcab

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dymo label machine usually or address labels cut to size. I always feel it looks better with dymo tape. nothing worse than a db all scribbled on and scored out that looks like a spider has ran through an inkwell.
 25 November 2012 09:03 PM
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Pacific

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I am doing a similar job in a school, I have typed all the circuit designations into a spreadsheet and spaced them accordingly, bought some A4 sticky paper from ebay, and will print them out and slice em up with a modelling knife.
 25 November 2012 10:01 PM
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jamieblatant

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A 4 lable from staples

Draw up in auto cad or excell or word that's what I do I have the hager db,s in aitocad if you want them

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