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Opinions Wanted Hologram mounting

Framing Queen

CGF II, Certified Grumble Framer Level 2
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My customer has a large ( 40 x 60) hologram he wants to float on a mat, then framed. It's quite heavy. I thought about epoxy to the mat, but before I attempt that I thought I'd as for some opinions. I've mounted much smaller ones with no issue using the epoxy. THX
 
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Vermont Hardwoods solid wood picture frame molding
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Rian Fabrication Services  www.rianfabrication.com
Hoffmann Dovetail Joining System
LifeSaver Cloud from LifeSaver Software, Inc.
Beauty, Brawn, and Brains: Wizard Z1 CMC
W.D Quinn Saw Co. - US Made Picture Frame Blades
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