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Yup, a nice touch.CHR1S wrote:Also put a folded tab on the end of any piece of tape you use.
Especially if it’s folded on the end that guides the tape to be removed easily without ripping up the craft roll...
received a print today from a donkey that used a great tube and no kraft paper.....at least the edge damage was minor
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I’ve used this technique before as well, along w/ some of the other tips above about craft paper size and adjusting that roll to the tube dimensions.
Ironically, I think I read about this same technique u describe in a book called the art of sex about 20 yrs ago. They just swapped out the word poster for partner...
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Should I be using a 4”x30” tube to ship 18x24s?turnJBup wrote: ↑Fri Apr 12, 2019 11:01 pmThick craft paper is a must.
Been getting damaged poster edges from people thinking tissue -thin craft paper is going to protect the print.
Also cramming objects in the ends is a hack move.
It may work occasionally, but it’s a disaster waiting to happen.
Especially if you are cutting it close with craft that doesn’t extend 3+” past the edges of the print.