dry mounting

dry mounting

[′drī ‚mau̇nt·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
A method for mounting photographs and other paper materials on cardboard without paste or rubber cement; a light, thin tissue (mounting tissue) is placed over the photograph and heat is applied with slight pressure so that the photo will adhere to the cardboard.
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The Hot Tools Hot Tacking Tool is a pencil-thin tacking iron that features a Teflon[R]-coated spatula tip for dry mounting photographs and artwork or spot tacking and positioning before placing into a hear press.
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Improved resistance to cyan marks from dry mounting and lamination processes.
Frame business specializes in museum framing, conservation framing, shadow box, needle point framing, posters framing, canvas stretching, customized mirrors, dry mounting, customized matting, diploma and certificate and frame repairs.