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How to lay a big piece of film...

Im shure many allready know this...
but many may not know....so here is a small video i made.

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  • Sac_HydroSac_Hydro Posts: 1,050Member ✭✭✭✭
    Lol...
    I like that.. I do it a different way but that is pretty simple and seems to work great. Would love to see a full meter by 5-8 foot but think it would lay out nice.
    Thanks for sharing...
  • MidOhioHydrographicsMidOhioHydrographics Posts: 9,199Member, Moderator, Business Ninja El Moderator
    Nice!
  • BotoHydrographicsBotoHydrographics Posts: 126Member ✭✭
    Sac_Hydro said:
    Lol... I like that.. I do it a different way but that is pretty simple and seems to work great. Would love to see a full meter by 5-8 foot but think it would lay out nice. Thanks for sharing...
    That was 1.40 meter long x 0.70 wide
    Not even an air bubble... Easyyy ;)
    Bigger would be same thing. Done it also on a bigger tank of a fellow dipper.

    This share is a smallllll contribution considering all i have been helped here ;)
  • BotoHydrographicsBotoHydrographics Posts: 126Member ✭✭

    jtaglia said:
    I keep trying to slide mine from my cutting table onto the water. Usually works pretty well until I forget to put the sticky side down
    This is easyer ;)
  • BotoHydrographicsBotoHydrographics Posts: 126Member ✭✭
    @Tsunami  this is what i was talking about when you posted that vídeo ;)
  • TsunamiTsunami Posts: 4,952Member, Business Ninja ✭✭✭✭✭
    Joaquim, yeah i did see it when you posted it. You make it look too easy. Thanks for your help
  • gypsyman63gypsyman63 Posts: 94Member
    That was a useful tip right there.Nice job
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