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Found this interesting blog and post on Dibond. Perhaps you've already found it!http://paintingstufftolooklikestuff.blogspot.ca/2013/10/more-apocalypse-surviving-panels.html
PaulBDibond at 120x80cm is 4.5 kilograms, a dawdle for the Artristic. I have used heavier MDF panels.The centre support has a lever lock to allow raising and lowering a mounted panel easily by one person.My tripod legs don' t wobble, but I have an older design model.The eight pin locks on the inside of a canvas stretcher are the most secure grips I have seen on an easel.I assume your problem is with Dibond and the pin locks. What about hot glueing some short stretcher strips on the back of the panel to secure to the pin Locks?
Hey Paul what are your plans for those 17 panels? What kind of pics did you take recently?
This looks hard. God speed in your journey and please post a lot of progress photos.
@PaulB, not bad for a Pom Really though, just amazing. Why is it that after you post a photo, then you see the errors, happens to me often.
Nice progress, quite an undertaking. Like undertaking the ship in the harbor. ouch.