So far my client is fine with the quotes she's getting. She understands that the size creates all kinds of issues here.
What I didn't realize is that her main reason to suggest a bare print on masonite was that they want it really flush with the wall because of the interior decoration reasons. They want as few layers of material as possible.
So I guess now the question is - how do you mount a print as flush to the wall as possible while preventing warping in the future? Other than gluing it to the wall...
Usually there's a brace behind large prints to make them more rigid and to offset them from the wall but here they want the opposite.
I would appreciate any suggestions.
Last edited by dvornik; 06-10-2014 at 11:04 PM. Click to view previous post history.