If you're going to the trouble of larger negatives and contact printing on AZO to get the best prints you can, why short change those prints by not buying the drymount press?
Originally Posted by mark
Yes, irons can work, but they can also do very bad things to prints. Dry mount press show up for sale often, and they really aren't very expensive when you think of time and materails wasted if you damage your prints in the mounting process with the irons. Besides dry mount presses are one of those tools you buy once and the last a very long time.