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Premier Imaging Dual Edge Ripper Standard (24")

BH #PRPDER24S • MFR #3900-0001
Premier Imaging
Premier Imaging Dual Edge Ripper Standard (24")
Key Features
  • Simplifies Hand Tearing of Deckled Edges
  • Clear Lucite Material
  • 4" Wide
  • Coarse & Fine Tooth Edges
Make beautiful hand-torn deckled edges for your prints with the 24" long Dual Edge Ripper Standard from Premier Imaging. Made of a clear Lucite material and with a 4" width, it makes lining up and holding the ripper easy for making straight, good-looking tears. Also, this version features both coarse and fine tooth edges for producing different looks for your prints. The teeth are cut on a bevel edge to allow different tears depending on which way you have it lined up for either revealing the white underneath or hiding it.
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Premier Imaging 3900-0001 Overview

Make beautiful hand-torn deckled edges for your prints with the 24" long Dual Edge Ripper Standard from Premier Imaging. Made of a clear Lucite material and with a 4" width, it makes lining up and holding the ripper easy for making straight, good-looking tears. Also, this version features both coarse and fine tooth edges for producing different looks for your prints. The teeth are cut on a bevel edge to allow different tears depending on which way you have it lined up for either revealing the white underneath or hiding it.

UPC: 878928002891

Premier Imaging 3900-0001 Specs

MaterialLucite
Edge StyleCoarse
Fine
Size24 x 4" (61.0 x 10.2 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.54 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25 x 5.3 x 0.45"

Premier Imaging 3900-0001 Reviews

Does the job ...

By Anthon
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-05-21

... that would take a lot of work to do manually. Glad I bought it. It DOES require practice, and it does work better on some papers than other. Try it manually on your favorite paper, with a good and strong straightedge , first. The thicker the paper, the better. If you rip the paper with the tool on the back side, you get nicer deckle, with a better look, in my opinion. You really have to try it both ways. It is slightly flexible, so it is a good idea to use a lot of pressure (i.e. - holding it down) on the ripper. Even thought it is not terribly expensive, you dont want to waste money! It is an item that requires a fair amount of practice to get a good result, but worth it if you want those hand-torn prints!

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