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Black 3/16" Gator Mounting Board with Repositional Adhesive
$111.89

Black 3/16" Gator Mounting Board with Repositional Adhesive

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Black 3/16" Gator Mounting Board with Repositional Adhesive

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ProductDescription

Reposition your print up to 10 times without losing bond strength with this Black 3/16" Gator Mounting Board with Repositional Adhesive. These boards have sturdy 3/16" thick Gator board that are ready to use. These gator boards are durable wood veneered foam mounting board with a very hard and flat surface. These Black 3/16" Gator Mounting Board with Repositional Adhesive also feature also a moisture stable liner which keeps adhesive super smooth for glasslike results. With Black 3/16" Gator Mounting Board with Repositional Adhesive, you can mount your prints without a laminator.

Product Details

  • Board Type: Gator Board with Self-Stick Repositionable adhesive
  • Board Thickness: 3/16"
  • Board Size: Choose Above
  • Board Color: Black
  • Quantity: 5pk, or 10pk depending on size

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: These is Gator Foam Mounting Boards!
First off, here is a look at the foam on the inside—it’s strong, but incredibly lightweight.
The material over the foam gives gator board unprecedented strength compared to normal foam core. Notice how gator board does not indent, while I can push the foam core in with my finger.
Now we’re going to apply our media to the gator board. I’m using a COLD roll laminator to do this.
First adjust the spacing between your rollers to the appropriate size—in this case I have a 3/16” board. If your laminator can’t open to ...
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These is Gator Foam Mounting Boards!

First off, here is a look at the foam on the inside—it’s strong, but incredibly lightweight.

The material over the foam gives gator board unprecedented strength compared to normal foam core. Notice how gator board does not indent, while I can push the foam core in with my finger.

Now we’re going to apply our media to the gator board. I’m using a COLD roll laminator to do this.

First adjust the spacing between your rollers to the appropriate size—in this case I have a 3/16” board. If your laminator can’t open to the correct amount, you cannot use this method.

The speed of the rollers does not matter that much for this process.

Ok, now take your board and peel off an inch of the non-stick sheet and fold it. Align your project evenly on the board, and when you are confident it is good, press it to the adhesive that was just revealed.

Now prepare your project to be inserted into the laminator. Drape the media over the roll so it does not stick to the adhesive before inserting the laminator.

While holding the non-stick cover sheet, turn the rollers on. Feed the project through. It’s important that you hold the cover sheet so that it never gets caught in the laminator. But now your project has been evenly applied to your mounting board.

If you need to trim your project from there, use a straight blade cutter like the Fletcher-Terry Titan, or 2200 Mat Cutter.

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