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Dry Lam Colortac Dry Mounting Tissue (16x20" ,100 Sheets)

B&H # DRCT1620100 MFR # E1620-1
Dry Lam Colortac Dry Mounting Tissue (16x20" ,100 Sheets)

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( For illustrative purpose only)

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Product Highlights

  • Low Melting Temperature - 165°
  • Excellent with Digital Prints
  • Also Good for Foam, Cardboard
  • Can be Removed by Reheating

You Pay: $63.50

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Dry-Lam Colortac Dry Mounting Tissue is hard to beat when it comes to a universal, general purpose dry mount tissue for pro and amateur use.

For photographers, this paper works well with either resin coated or fiber based prints. For hobbyists, it is an excellent choice for scrapbooks or the general preservation of papers and artwork. The lasting bond is removable by simply reheating the item to 200°.

Developed for maximum versatility
Very low activating temperature of 165°
Bonds as it cools
Dimensions 16x20" (40.6 x 50.8cm)
Dry Lam Colortac Dry Mounting Tissue (16x20" ,100 Sheets)
  • 100 Sheets
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