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Old 08-12-2005, 09:09 PM
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Does anyone know what material is used for stenciling large body panels? I've seen it used on a couple of T.V. shows before, and have a couple ideas for a project.

What I'm looking for: A low tack paper that can be run through an inkjet printer, or an adhesive that would allow me to position my artwork for stenciling. I've seen and used some of the frisket materials that are out there, but I need to find something larger. (25 in. or better.)

P.S. Yes I have access to a large format printer
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I think it is called friskett paper, or something like that.

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Thanks guys. I found some printable frisket, but not big enough. I found large rolls of frisket, but not printable. My next option would be to find a low tack adhesive that won't peel paint, or leave residue.
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