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    I want to make a 36" x 36" di-bond print for myself. That is, what type of paper is best used for this mounting process? I'm assuming a flat matte paper due to the adhesive process.

    Has anyone produced di-bonds out there? Any recommendations would be appreciated (including companies who do it - preferably in Canada).



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