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Masking Big Stuff ALONE??
Posted by: SpLiZaaT (---.hsd1.or.comcast.net)
Date: September 13, 2007 11:38PM

Ok so I feel dumb asking this, but I'm starting to plot larger projects and finding myself waiting for help to come along before I can mask it and consider the project completed....

Anything over about 10"x10" I usually need help masking...whats the best method to doing this alone?!?!

-Matt

Re: Masking Big Stuff ALONE??
Posted by: Vinylworks1 (---.starstream.net)
Date: November 14, 2007 04:09PM

I had this problem when I first started, and ended up making a transfer tape rack to hold the tape at the end of my work table. approx 6" from the table top to the center of the core. just some 1"x4" pine, (2) 3/4" metal conduit clamps and 45" of 3/4" rigid conduit. Very simple and I regularly use it to mask panels up to 40"x15 ft. by myself on my 48"x72" table. Let me know if this helps, I could write up a "how to" and show you how to make your own.

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Re: Masking Big Stuff ALONE??
Posted by: froglegs007 (---.ok.ok.cox.net)
Date: February 16, 2008 07:44PM

Hey, would it be possible for you to post or email me the instructions for your masking rack please? You can email me at avgraphics@cox.net

Thanks!
Heather



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