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We can mount your print, enlargement or poster on a variety of surfaces and also apply a protective glossy, satin, or matte over-laminate film. Turnaround time is 1-3 days depending on the size of the job.
Order Enlargements with Mounting Options
Cardboard: Durable and inexpensive; use in a frame behind glass. Trimable to any size up to 16x20. Available in either black or white core.
Foam-Core (3/16"): Sturdy, non-wrinkling and very lightweight; use with or without a frame, edges are unfinished. White core available for any size up to 40"x60"; black core available for smaller sizes up to 16"x20". Trimable to any size.
Gator Foam (3/16"): Sturdy, non-warping and lightweight. Edges are black and unfinished but look nice. Trimable to any size. Mounting blocks can be added for $5.00 per print
Stand-Out (3/4"): This is the premium mounting board; sturdy, non-warping, lightweight and has finished black edges. Standard sizes; custom sizes* require a $25 special order.
Mural Mount (1.5"): Same as Stand-Out but 1.5" thick. Only available in standard sizes 11"x 14" and larger; custom sizes* require a $25 special order and 2-3 weeks.
Lamination: A heat sealed glossy (5 mil), satin (5 mil) or matte (5 mil) protective film.
Encapsulation: A 3 mil heat sealed, glossy lamination applied to both sides of the print, to block damaging UV rays and protect it against fingerprints, dirt, and moisture.
Note: For special cut sizes in cardboard, foam-core, or gatorboard, price as next size larger. Custom sizes* in Stand-Outs or Mural Mounts are available by special order. Mounting blocks can be added for $ 5.00 per photo.
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