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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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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$482.95
CUSMA Qualified
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

Compatibility
Prints up to 24" / 61 cm in width
Packaging Info
Package Weight
3.355 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
30.5 x 3.55 x 3.35"

D&K SEDR15024 Reviews

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How long a print will it roll up?

How long a print will it roll up?
Asked by: James
The print can not be any wider than 24 inches to be used on the D&K Print De-Roller (24").
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2021-11-30

question

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
I wonder how just rolling a print backwards in a roll of heavier weight craft paper (like paper you'd use for framing backing) would work? Or is it that the print rubs on the paper marring the print surface--thus the reason why the pro roller has the side strips to help prevent that? Can you tell me what exactly is the material the pro de-roller uses? Canvas, some other cloth?
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2022-11-10
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