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    Looks like you solved your problem. But, I just now ran across these that might be a possible substitute;
    http://www.leevalley.com/US/gifts/pa...104,53218&ap=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    Looks like you solved your problem. But, I just now ran across these that might be a possible substitute;
    http://www.leevalley.com/US/gifts/pa...104,53218&ap=2
    Nice. I wonder how well they'll work.
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    Love and clips...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    Looks like you solved your problem. But, I just now ran across these that might be a possible substitute;
    http://www.leevalley.com/US/gifts/pa...104,53218&ap=2
    lol, I have these but never tried them with film. can take look later and see how they hold.

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    Too much slippage with the Lee Valley clips. One would need to hack it to make it more secure. A couple of small holes in the clip and a similarly small screw to pinch the film ala Patterson or Jobo clips would work but that's probably too much work for clips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuhead View Post
    Too much slippage with the Lee Valley clips. One would need to hack it to make it more secure. A couple of small holes in the clip and a similarly small screw to pinch the film ala Patterson or Jobo clips would work but that's probably too much work for clips.
    Yes, that's what I love about the clips I have is that they make a small pinhole right on the edge of the film and hold it with a death grip. The opening is just big enough to get to the edge of viewing area, but not any closer. Jobo clips design looks fairly similar but I just like these much more. I made an inquiry on alibaba, but no response so far. I think that next time I see my dentist I will ask him where he gets his clips.

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    Love and clips...

    Those look like the hang the film parallel to the line, which would be good for prints, but you can hang more sheet film in less space with Jobo clips, which hold the film perpendicular to the line, also with a pin, so one clip holds any format from the corner. Jobo clips are expensive, but if you can find them, they are the best.
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    An update. Thank's to Molli's advice, I ended up searching e-bay for "xray clip" and found something very similar to mine. I've ordered a dozen clips for $16.91. They came yesterday and they are pretty much what I was looking for. And for less than $2 a piece, I can afford as many as I want. By the way, if desired, one can use two pliers to bend the long stem so that film hangs perpendicular to the line. Thank you guys and gals for all your help!

    By the way, here's what I do to the fiber prints with these clips. They dry reasonably flat, good enough for framing right away.
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    Last edited by anikin; 01-08-2013 at 12:53 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    I believe these are/were clips for processing dental x-rays- usually 1 or 2 teeth wide (about 30mm x 30mm) Ask you friendly dentist.

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    John&Tessa are correct that is a clip for a single dental x-ray. (I am a friendly dentist)

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