A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Sean C
Date: 2018 Mar 9, 22:27 -0800
Alan S wrote:
"On erasing plotting surfaces! especially small areas, without messing up other parts, the perfect tool comes to mind, going back to days of yore when I was a Draftsman. Erasing Shields, perhaps still available at artist supply shops. They were stamped sheet metal, with various size and shapes holes. They worked very well too. They used to cost next to nothing. Who knows about now."
Yes, they are still available at art supply shops, they are still relatively cheap, and I have one next to me right now which I use to erase the odd errant line on my plots. Very handy and highly recommended! You can even find them on Amazon for two or three bucks.