That is a really nice description.
In europe dry mounting is not that known with photographers.
A lot use spray glue which is a pain in the ...
You need to warm up & dry out the mat board first, otherwies you get problems with water/steam and the board can stick to the print surface.
First of all, one should use silicone-release paper. But don't think: the wrinkles disappear. They might show up with silicone release paper too. The wrinkles are a result of too much water in the materials, like the board, photographic paper etc. Therefore, one should remove the surplus of water first. To that end, I heat the materials first and let them cool outside the press first, to remove the moist. Further, therte are different qualities in the siliconen-release paper. Some give the wrinkles easily, others less. The siliconen-release paper can be obtainede from Cami, Oostende, Belgie.
Originally Posted by Willie Jan
That is a good one Jed. To much water in the material. That i didn't think of that before...
Someone mentioned to use teflon backing foil which is used to cook for example meat without any additional oil.
Anyone experiences with this?