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D&KPrint De-Roller (24")

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Very Poorly Constructed

By Eduardo

from Undisclosed

Site Member

Comments about D&K Print De-Roller (24"):

I have owned two of these for about four years. Even though they are quite awkward to operate, once you get the hang of it, they do the job of flattening the prints. It does require practice and you can sometimes ruin a print or end up curling it the other way, which requires re-flattening it on the other side. Most damage happens with all the handling that is needed. The huge problem they have is that they fall apart really quickly and there's no way to fix them once you're out of warranty. The company offers no help at all. They are so poorly constructed that it is guaranteed to fall apart when used properly. For the amount of money they cost, you would at least expect the company to service them. For this reason, I give this product a low rating.

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Don't know how, but it works- well

By teafree

from Louisiana

About Me Pro Photographer

Verified Buyer


  • It works


  • Pricey

Best Uses

  • Flattening prints

Comments about D&K Print De-Roller (24"):

I used this to flatten 24 x 34 inch prints and some 17" x 40" panoramas and it worked as advertised. It is an expensive solution. It is well made. The roller itself is heavy and the plastic that you put the print on has a raised bit on either side which keeps the surface of the print from having any pressure applied to it. I was using it with MOAB's Kozo paper which is a 100+ weight paper and it took about 20-30 seconds of holding the print rolled to get the print to release its curl.I then turned the print 180 degrees and rolled again. I was careful not to have a reverse curl so I kept my time to a minimum. The prints came out amazingly well. Now I look forward to trying it with heavier paper like a 300+ weight paper. I live in a humid environment so paper tends to hold its curl, this works to flatten prints and they stay flat.

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