Quote Originally Posted by wogster View Post
If you keep the print mechanically flat when drying then the paper
will generally remain flat. In the old days you had drying presses,
which essentially kept it flat while adding heat to assist the drying

Seems that someone could make a good cottage business building
print drying presses again.
Sure, Dry and Flat in one operation. I've posted a few times
this thread detailing the method I employ. Two components;
corrugated board and interfacing, a non-woven hydrophobic
material; that rather than an absorbent blotter material.

A practically costless, COOL way to flat-&-dry. How
about that? I may make it yet into a cottage
business with Flat-&-Dry. Dan