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How to Apply a Print to a Substrate by Hand

How to mount a graphic to a substrateIt can be difficult to evenly apply a print to a substrate by hand. Oftentimes, lines and bubbles can result from the uneven pressure used when applying the graphic.

Simple application tools from companies like Big Squeegee can be used to effortlessly mount a printed graphic to a substrate. In conjunction with tools like these, it is recommended to print your graphic about one inch wider and longer than the size of the substrate to allow for some leeway during application. Simply trim off the excess material after applying the print.

In the video embedded below you will learn how to apply a graphic to a substrate using the Big Squeegee Rivet/Dent Tool…

Sean McGettigan has been with LexJet for more than a decade, accumulating a wealth of technical and product application knowledge as an technical marketing expert. Originally from Westwood, N.J., Sean is a graduate of both Barry University and Florida State University and is a diehard Notre Dame fan.

0 Comments

  1. Michael Clementi

    Sean,

    These videos are amazing! Just want you to know that the LexJet reps and our customers really appreciate your hard work. Thanks for everything.

    Michael

  2. I can’t believe I’ve been doing it the hard way for so long!

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