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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

New local company Record Tacks uses 3-D printers to help you display your records

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I love to look at records. I have a framed copy of the U.S. pressing of The Who Sings My Generation hanging a few feet from where I'm now writing to prove it. But framing records is expensive; plus, in doing so, you consign an LP to the status of display item. And what good is Goats Head Soup preserved in amber? Still, it's always frustrated me that the artwork of my record collection is stowed away on shelves and in crates, largely hidden from view. Geoffrey Blakely, a record collector and seller from Chapel Hill, knew the feeling. One...

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