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The original glass is placed in the prepared frame. The 2-ply spacers are aligned on the glass with the double-sided tape facing down. The small gap provided by the spacers prevents contact between the glass and the Optium Museum Acrylic®, which can result in a moiré pattern, also known as Newton’s rings.

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