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I bought what I initially thought was a print dryer off Ebay. But I'm beginning to think its not.
Theirs not brand name or model on it. Ther unit consists of a concave surface both back and front that gets hot, then canves covers can be laid across with steel plates.
Am I right in thinking this is not a dryer but a glasser for fibre based papers?
Apologise for the spelling.
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I'm no expert but had one years ago. Not having seen it I suspect that it is a dryer and glazing plate for fibre papers.
You lay the print on top of the curved surface you then hold flat and taut by tensioning the "muslin-type" cloth.
An optional glazing plate restores the gloss finish to glossy papers that otherwise dry to a lustre finish with the dryer.
It will probably melt RC papers!
John's right - it's for fibre based papers.
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