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    Default Roller frames in Europe?

    Any vendor of roller frames in Europe?

    For what you know, how much is the biggest size for the roller frames?

    Thanks,
    Fabio

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    I have some 53" x 75".

    Really though I hate them.

    Why don't you call Siasprint and find out who stretches screens
    390-2-3088446

    or theses guys
    Euroscreen SRL
    39-0536-804523
    www.euroscreen.it

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    Hi squeegee,
    because you don't remember i live in Italy

    Here the frames costs a lot, so i prefer to buy roller frames.

    I've a service 30 minutes from me..

    Why do you hate them?

    Fabio

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    That's why I gave you two Italian companies. You should be able to figure out how to get glued screens near you. If you can't then that's a business opportunity for you right there.
    You'll find out why roller frames suck as soon as you start using them.

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    can't you be more detailed about the "why roller frames suck as soon as you start using them"?

    thanks,
    Fabio

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    And deny you the joy of finding out for yourself?

    There are a lot of reason why I don't like them but maybe on a smaller scale you can fugure it out.

    The time it takes to stretch them isn't cost effective for me.
    Annoying to stretch.
    Heavy.
    More expensive.
    Dead spots.
    Lack of tension in the corners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squeegeethree View Post
    And deny you the joy of finding out for yourself?
    Ahaha For what do exist the friends?!

    There are a lot of reason why I don't like them but maybe on a smaller scale you can fugure it out.
    It's what I suppose too, i'm at the start

    The time it takes to stretch them isn't cost effective for me.
    Annoying to stretch.
    Heavy.
    Perhaps the weight can be a problem, but the other points, being a newbie, are things i can do.

    More expensive.
    Dead spots.
    Lack of tension in the corners.
    What are dead spots?
    What's the problem with the lack of tension in the corners?

    Thanks!
    Fabio

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