D&K Print De-Roller (24")

BH #DKDR241.5 • MFR #SEDR15024
D&K
D&K Print De-Roller (24")
Key Features
  • De-Curls Prints Up to 24" Wide
  • 1.5"-Diameter Core
A simple method for flattening curled prints, this Print De-Roller from D&K helps to straighten prints or posters up to 24" in width. Typically used with prints that have been wound in a tube or around a core, this device allows you to reverse the curl by rolling and pressing the print between a 1.5"-diameter core and a backing sheet to produce a flattened image.
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$423.95
$71/mo. suggested payments
with 6 Mos. Promo Financing* 
Width
24"
50"
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D&K SEDR15024 Overview

A simple method for flattening curled prints, this Print De-Roller from D&K helps to straighten prints or posters up to 24" in width. Typically used with prints that have been wound in a tube or around a core, this device allows you to reverse the curl by rolling and pressing the print between a 1.5"-diameter core and a backing sheet to produce a flattened image.

UPC: 079946048728

D&K SEDR15024 Specs

CompatibilityPrints up to 24" / 61 cm in width
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.355 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)30.5 x 3.55 x 3.35"
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What can this do that a curtain rod cut down to 24 inches and some Unbuffered Interleaving Tissue paper couldn't do for about 30 bucks?
Asked by: Rick
Rick - I researched these things (a lot) before buying one (reading blogs, discussion boards, etc), since they are indeed pricey for an apparently simple device. My conclusion was that no one trying the DIY solutions ever created a solution they were happy with. Whereas, the reviews of the real product by actual users seemed 100% positive. I am a pro that often needs to de-curl final prints quickly & reliably. I can't have a home-made de-roller damage a client's print (forcing the time and expense of a reprint). The cost is indeed an ouch, but I am extremely happy with the decision to buy one of these. They work perfectly and (practically) instantly. They are insanely well made and surprisingly a much, much more sophisticated device than everyone imagines. If you are a pro who needs consistently reliable gear that does what it's supposed to, then this (expensive, dumb, well-made) thing is absolutely worth the expense. I hope this helps.
Answered by: Christofer D.
Date published: 2020-01-09
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