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    The other thing I would raise is to start looking for a vaccuum easel. The curl on the paper is wicked as you approach the core. Plus a vac easel allows you to print borderless, which seems to be more common in peoples expectaion of unmounted colur prints.
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    I've a cheap rotary paper trimmer with a metal base. I have a flexible sheet magnet that I stick on where 7" lies. Similar to what that Carl trimmer accomplishes, although not nearly as nice.

    Mind you I cut b&w paper under a safelight. As far as curl goes, I definitely agree although vacuum easels are more of a pain when it comes to 5x7 in my mind..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Wilde View Post
    The other thing I would raise is to start looking for a vaccuum easel. The curl on the paper is wicked as you approach the core. .
    I find if you cut the paper in advance and stack it then the curl is okay. Means you can't cut it just before use so that's a drawback.

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