“Traditionally, this technique was performed without the use of glue,” Cohen says. “That way if something would happen to your screen, you could bring it back to the craftsman who made it, and they could easily swap out the part that was broken. In our case, it wouldn’t have made much sense to have the piece shipped for reparations, so it was necessary to use adhesive in just a few places.”
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“Traditionally, this technique was performed without the use of glue,” Cohen says. “That way if something would happen to your screen, you could bring it back to the craftsman who made it, and they could easily swap out the part that was broken. In our case, it wouldn’t have made much sense to have the piece shipped for reparations, so it was necessary to use adhesive in just a few places.”