[nafex] OT: Re: Plant Tags

Christopher Mauchline mauch1 at aol.com
Fri Mar 16 09:25:55 EST 2001


Because I'm a Stephen Wright fan...

>...I have an industrial design program called AUTOCAD. I have all my 
> property and trees drawn full size for 2 acres. 

You mean you have drawings of your property that are actual size?  
Wow!  But how do you fold it...


Sorry just couldn't resist  :-)

Chris Mauchline
SE PA, zone 6

--- In nafex at y..., "Gordon C. Nofs" <gcnofs at h...> wrote:
> Jack
>   I also have stamps, and can go to the shop and get any size I 
want to use. 
> plus the handy holder that holds them in line.
>   This would be great, but you have to realize how many trees and 
varieties 
> some have. I have an industrial design program called AUTOCAD. I 
have all my 
> property and trees drawn full size for 2 acres. But I also have 
trees that 
> are multiple varieties. Still hard to keep up. I am always out of 
date it 
> seems.
>       Gordon
> ******************************************************************
> Fellow Nafexer's,    I have a suggestion for u folks who have 
trouble
> remembering what your trees are.  I bought a stamping set which is
> used to stamp letters or numbers into metal. There is a stamp for
> each letter and numeral, and some special characters like "&", and
> you use a hammer to stamp the letters onto your ID tag. You can use
> thick aluminum or brass ( 1/16 to 1/4 in.) for your tags, and attach
> them with stainless steel wire, and the tags will last longer than
> you will. A set that stamps 1/4 in. high letters is about $12 or $14
> bucks plus shipping.  Hope this helps.
> 
> Jack Wigal, Washington, WV
> 
> 
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