LIQUID ADHESIVE - Wet glue mounting can be used as long as the substrate
and sheet to be mounted are both paper products (for example: litho to
corrugate, litho to foamcore, litho to 50pt or even paper to paper).
Sheets can be mounted to one side or both sides of the substrate. We have
mounted as small as 8.5” x 11” and as large as 58” x 96” sheets.
FULL SHEETS - We mount the gripper/guide on the printed sheet flush or
almost flush to the edges of the substrate– so that the cutter can use the
gripper/guide on the printed sheet as registration for final trimming – whether it’s
guillotine trimmed or die cut.
SPOT MOUNTING – We also can mount a print within a certain “spot” on the
DRY MOUNTING - A pressure sensitive adhesive with a liner can be adhered and mounted to
substrates that wet adhesive with not stick to. For
example: plastic substrates (styrene, vinyl, PVC, coroplast, plastic cap foamcore)
rubber, magnet and metal.
We can dry mount sizes that range from 6” to 60” wide to just about any
SECOND SURFACE MOUNTING - An optically clear adhesive is applied to
the FACE of the print and then a clear substrate (usually acrylic) is
mounted on top of it. When completed, you look thru the acrylic to see the
image. This can be done for a variety of sizes and acrylic thicknesses.
This is expensive and is usually used for high end