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Old 14th February 2020, 10:13 AM
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Anyone using this http://www.artsystems.co.uk/search_r....y=0&Submit=Go

Is it any good for mounting rc or fb prints?
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Old 14th February 2020, 10:43 AM
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ItYes, I've tried a couple of Neschen Gudy products but it was a good while ago, probably more than 10 years ago before I had my dry mount press.
I fixed 16x20" fibre prints to mounting board using a double sided roll of sheet adhesive, it could easily have been the 802, it rings a bell but I could swear it.
Excellent products, it was a bit nerve wracking as they were wedding photo's for a friend.

As a side note, I believe I asked for and they sent samples.
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Old 14th February 2020, 11:11 AM
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Personally I've never used it, although I have a roll of the smaller width stuff in my darkroom. I don't know the brand though.

Members at my previous photo club all started using this product just before I moved, and they were all very enthusiastic about it. They had all previous to this, mounted their competition entries with the spray adhesives, which I also used for mine, but you could easily ruin a print if you weren't really careful.

The idea of asking for some samples, sounds like a good idea, if you are thinking of buying some.

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This could be a real bonus for those of us who do not have a dry mounting press!

Would be interested in the collective's opinion.

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I use Neschen Gudy 831 to mount prints on cotton rag board. Works a treat, even without a roll laminator. Expensive though - I expect is the same as 802 but it's acid free and archival safe.
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Never used it, but it does look like a good idea.

In the pdf it does specify

mounting film for photos, inkjet- and digital
prints on several surfaces


Interestingly it mentions both photo's and digital prints.

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