SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer
- Jun 17, 2005
I often run into the problem of digital prints being sensitive to the temps normally used for drymounting. I don't know any technical terms for the type of printing that is prone to this, just a vague recognition of something that looks like it'll probably end badly. I hear a lot of praise for Kool tack tissue but can't find a source for it. Our usual vendors have a variety of tissues available but catalogues don't show specifics about dwell time and temps, reversibility, acid free, etc. Can you all pipe in and share your expertise on this subject? Currently we use ragmount for our all around go to tissue, fusion for thing like newsprint and fabric sometimes, and PMA for things we want to avoid heat on. We get deliveries from LJ, New West, and Omega. Does anyone have experience with any of the lower temp tissues they carry, and can tell me which they might be?