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  • NC Scroller
    Reply to Shrink wrap systems
    by NC Scroller
    My process is a bit different. Since I am using heat shrink bags when you seal the open end you trap a lot of air in them. When you start to heat the bag to shrink it you create a large bubble. I continue to heat the bag until it does pop a hole. I have been doing this for years. The shrink wrap...
    Today, 07:42 AM
  • will8989
    Reply to Shrink wrap systems
    by will8989
    None Linda. You need to find the right heat temp so it shrinks but doesn’t put a hole in the wrap but the tape doesn’t shrink or tear.
    Today, 12:20 AM
  • Linda In Phoenix
    Reply to Shrink wrap systems
    by Linda In Phoenix
    What thickness of film seems to work the best for puzzles?
    The bags seem easier on the surface.
    But the film seems like it is more versatile on size variations.
    Yesterday, 03:24 PM
  • will8989
    Reply to Bruce, the one on probation
    by will8989
    Regulations are 150 square feet, this will be 144 square feet so we are good. He’s making it that size Since the sheets are 4’ wide. And the Shelves need to be 4” above my head!! It will be very specific.
    Yesterday, 10:32 AM
  • Sandy Oaks
    Reply to Shrink wrap systems
    by Sandy Oaks
    As a framer, we have a shrinker wrapper at ArtCrafters. Very simple. Film on a roller, sealer attached, just roll off enough film, seal the film, insert object, seal other end and shrink with a heat gum. We also use Uline as a source. Not sure where our unit can from as it was with the shop when...
    Yesterday, 09:46 AM
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