Cold mounting can be either done in a modern way using high-tack adhesive foils, or done much more affordably the old-fashioned way wet mounting. Either system is an acquired skill with the potential for something going terribly wrong, so best consigned to a shop with the proper skills and equipment. Large drymount projects can be done sectionally in a heated press, but a test should always be done with a scrap of the same kind of inkjet medium in advance. There is no guarantee that all kinds of ink and paper are equally tolerant of heat. Face mounting is even trickier.