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Old 06-18-2019   #19
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I use a Premier electric print dryer. The print is forced against a curved metal surface by a tightly stretched canvas. It holds two 11 x 14 prints at a time. It forces the print into a slight curve, which then strengthens it against developing a compound curve. The print is then easily flattened in the dry mount press without developing any wrinkles.

Edit: The emulsion side goes up--not against the hot metal.
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