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Old May 28th, 2013 May 28, 2013 10:01:56 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default 3G Jet Opaque Issues

Hi guys,

I'm using the 3G paper at the moment on the darks and as you know you have to peel before you press, anyway that's not a problem but once I attempt to add the paper onto the top to get it inline it starts to stick to it.

The problem I have is, that once I'm at this stage it's pretty much impossible to lift and re-align to get it in the right position, you face the possibility of it sticking together, stretching or getting ruined, so..... how do you guys do it?
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Default Re: 3G Jet Opaque Issues

That's also were my problem earlier when i press with 3g jet opaque I do not know how to properly align the design .. by the way i want to know what settings you used and time with 3g for pressing? can not seem to have a good outcome.thanks

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