Paleonet: specimen trays

Thomas Hegna thegna at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 24 21:37:33 GMT 2017


Roy,

  We've been getting them from UKGE. Downside: you have to fold them yourself. But they are precut and scored for folding.

http://www.ukge.com/en-gb/Storage-and-Display/Cardboard-Trays-__c-p-0-0-11-86.aspx

Cardboard Trays | UKGE <http://www.ukge.com/en-gb/Storage-and-Display/Cardboard-Trays-__c-p-0-0-11-86.aspx>
www.ukge.com
Classic, low cost, self assembly, flat pack cardboard trays. We provide full instructions on how to assemble these trays, they are quick and easy to put together, and can be used in storage drawers, as transport boxes, or for temporary storage of specimens. A great way for storing families of fossils, rocks or minerals together, and they can also be easily labelled.







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Subject: Paleonet: specimen trays


Looking for recommendations for a source for cardboard specimen trays, the kind that go into a drawer in a specimen cabinet.  We have some from Ward’s, but they are quite expensive. For a teaching collection, so highest quality not needed. Thanks - Roy



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