tearable


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Google predicts tearable screens would be good for sharing information: where ripping away a small section of screen would see information transferred to that scrap of the display.
Product developers scoop white soy and pea protein meal that looks like animal feed from white plastic buckets into one end of the machine, along with water, and grab strips out of the extruder to see how moist and tearable they feel.
Purchase tearable tape magnets from National Book Store, tear off magnets in the sizes you want, cover them with washi and you're done
A portion of the cover sheet is processed so that the cover sheet is tearable.
This versatile product boasts very strong adhesion, is completely weatherproof yet is easily tearable by hand.