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Re: Binder Thickness

Posted: May 12th, 2018, 7:52 pm
by Random Human
Almandine wrote:Image

God has entered the game.

how many inches

Re: Binder Thickness

Posted: May 13th, 2018, 4:41 am
by chalker
Random Human wrote:
Almandine wrote:Image

God has entered the game.

how many inches


If you look closely at the picture, you'll notice that the left stack of papers is actually sitting on the spine. The front black cover is much further down the lab bench. When I took that picture I estimated that the overall thickness was about 9", or the width of a typically sheet of paper.

Re: Binder Thickness

Posted: May 14th, 2018, 6:47 am
by kate!
pb5754[] wrote:My rocks binder is about 1.5 inches i think??

Same *maybe.* (not sure if 1 or 1.5) Mine was stuffed to capacity and we could probably have gotten rid of some general information pages. we also had pictures of some pages from field guides, and some of the rocks were 2 to a page (like the limestone types.)
Next year I'm doing herpetology, and I don't have too many pages right now (read: 2) but I'm projecting a 2.5 inch binder, maybe more. Bio ID events seem to have much more information than geo ID.

Re: Binder Thickness

Posted: May 19th, 2018, 6:18 am
by zannash
antoine_ego wrote:Darn, I feel inadequate with my .75in Astro and like 20 page Hover binders
My Hover binder had 6 pages.