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Doug Williams

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Subject : Adhesive suggustion for mounting heavy paper to corrugated cardbord in vacupress
Posted : 2020-08-12 10:39 AM
Post #37951

Need suggestions for mounting a large heavy paper poster to corrugated cardboard in my vacupress.


 
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Don Stephan

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Subject : RE: Adhesive suggustion for mounting heavy paper to corrugated cardbord in vacupress
Posted : 2020-08-12 6:55 PM
Post #37952 - In reply to #37951

My first step would be to ask at art supply stores for information on the process and recommended adhesives. Dr DArryl might be able to suggest what should be the maximum pressure that would not crush corregated cardboard. I would want to make some test pressings at different vacuums. My two cents.


 
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Samhomes

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Subject : RE: Adhesive suggustion for mounting heavy paper to corrugated cardbord in vacupress
Posted : 2020-11-20 11:08 AM
Post #37971 - In reply to #37951

I think Weldwood 122 will be best option for you as it Bonds to plywood, leather, wood, fabrics, paneling, rubber, paper, lamination quiet easily
Will be best for your case. You can also read the below article to know more about different spray Adhesive with their pros and cons.

https://theedgecutter.com/best-spray-adhesives-for-woodworking/

and Weldwood 122 is cost effective compared to other similar spray adhesives on the market. You get the same features (more or less) but at much lesser price.


 
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Don Stephan

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Subject : RE: Adhesive suggustion for mounting heavy paper to corrugated cardbord in vacupress
Posted : 2020-11-20 7:22 PM
Post #37972 - In reply to #37951

Would any liquid adhesive, which would allow repositioning, soak into or through the cardboard and/or the poster before curing?


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