dry mounting

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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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In the following weeks the kids would take pictures, load film into developing tanks, develop the film, print photos using enlargers and learn to use a dry-mounting press to mount their finished photos.
The publication contains product descriptions and specifications for the company's dry-mounting tissues, overlaminating films, finishing equipment, accessories and specialty products.
a manufacturer of clear glass top vacuum presses and a distributor of dry-mounting and laminating materials.
After printing your first color, heat-set the print at 225 [degrees] F using a heating gun, hair dryer, toaster oven (make sure the paper is not exposed to the heating elements) or a dry-mounting press.
GatorWood may be shaped without the use of thermoforming equipment and can be used in both dry-mounting and pressure-sensitive mounting applications.