GRAPHICS PRO

October '21

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8 8 G R A P H I C S P R O O C T O B E R 2 0 2 1 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M For more access, the roll holder can be removed. Once the beam is removed, a large knob on each side is loosened, and the brackets can be slid off. Our table butts up against a wall on one end. On this wall, we've mounted an ap- plication tape holder that my father-in-law built years ago. On this bracket, we keep 15" and 24" rolls of application tape. For smaller graphics requiring masking, we pull the mask off these wall-mounted rolls. The glide beam can then be slid to the end of the mask, lowered using the but- ton controls, and then slid toward the wall. Again, even pressure and no squeegeeing. HEIGHT CONTROL I'm going to mention two completely dif- ferent features under this heading. The first is the height control under the roll beam itself. Right and be- low: The appli- cation tape roller makes it easy for one person to mask large pan- els of graphics.

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