Hi folks, I’m brand new here, but I’ve been reading a lot of the threads and I need some advice. This isn’t strictly framing related, but I see you folks have tons of experience in mounting, and so I’m hoping you can offer some guidance. We are mounting images to plywood to create puzzles. We have a vacuum press, and are currently using drymount tissue that is supposed to be permanent. The problem is, results are inconsistent. The image is peeling from the wood in places. We need a product that is truly permanent (no one wants the image peeling off their puzzle), but also works in a laser cutter (some of the products contain PVC which causes gassing when laser cut). We have been considering Fusion 4000, but reading the specs it gives me pause as they state it is easily removable, and we don’t want that. Do you have any thoughts? What would be your best advice for mounting to plywood using a vacuum press? Dry mount tissue you would use? Heat settings? Vacuum time? Anything else we should know? Thanks in advance for any help. My apologies if this is addressed in a thread somewhere else. I couldn’t find one, so please just point me in the right direction. We’re getting desperate, as this is like a game of whack-a-mole!