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Posters?

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by ChadLB, Sep 19, 2003.

  1. ChadLB

    ChadLB Screenwriter

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    Anyone know how to get the wrinkle look/wave look out of pictures. Is there a clear glue that can be used to glue the picture to the cardboard that is used as the backing so that the picture doesn't have a ripple effect when you look at it from a side angle?
     
  2. DavidVT

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    Chad,

    I have heard alot about folks using an iron on low setting to get out the wrinkles.
     
  3. Chuck Watwood

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    Posters can be dry mounted to a back board, just like high quality large photographs. This involves a large dry mount press and heat activated sheets that melt with the heat. Any quality framing shop should be able to drymount for you. This means that the poster is permanently mounted to the board and cannot be removed. If you matt the poster afterwards and frame it, it should last for many years with no ripples.
     

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