Large-Papers Rolls

First, before we say anything wide format Papers rolls are rolls of wide format Papers that have come a long way with America. It is hard to believe, but true, just three decades ago wide format Papers rolls were not as a staple in the building of America with wide format inkjet printers because there were none, however, wide format Papers rolls still rocked the century. Rolls of wide format media were beginning to be processed and distributed to the builders, contractors, engineers building and paving our USA to what it is today.

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Where America buys Wide Format Papers

I live in one of the first ‘planned’ communities of the USA. The engineers of the 50’s took wide Papers rolls and spread them out across long tables and would draw vector points and angles on wide format bond Papers rolls. Information on wide format Papers rolls .The Papers was more course and ink did feather somewhat to the extent that man worked on perfecting the hand held pen to lower the feathering on these wide rolls. No wonder that the wide format world picked up the name wide format Papers rolls even before the wide format printer. Today there are people across the land that convert all types of wood products into a mesh that becomes rolls of wide format Papers. It was at this time that large format Papers and ideas were birthed from those large Papers rolls.

Think about the cost of your wide format printer and then the cost of the printing heads. Keep the quality above the standard. We have gathered here a list of wide format Papers rolls inkjet and engineering, coated and uncoated that can improve the life of your wide format printer and keep it rolling out the best looking, easy to read, eye popping vector charts plans and presentations that you could imagine while all the time delivering quality wide format Papers rolls that improve the life of your VERY expensive wide format copier printer.
Wide-Format-Papers.com specializes in Wide Format Papers, Plotter Papers, Wide Format Engineering Papers and HP Wide Format Inkjet Papers. Find American Made Wide Format Papers for Large Format Printing in Wide Format Papers Rolls or Wide Format sheets.

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When talking about inkjet photo Papers rolls Satin, Matte and Glossy inkjet photo Papers come to mind.

Bright White Smooth Matte Fine Art Wide Format Papers Rolls: This is a hot pressed fine art Papers with a smooth surface finish, it is a very versatile Papers and is instant drying. We sell this 200 GSM, 10.3 mil thickness Papers in 100 foot rolls and this is a great choice for when you want a smooth fine art Papers.

Cold Pressed Textured Fine Art Wide Format Papers Rolls: This fine art Papers is comprised of a 50/50 cotton and alpha cellulose blend and is acid free. It is a 300 GSM, 16.5 mil thickness Papers and is instant drying. Ideal for any photographs where a textured surface is desired.

Velvet Rag Textured Papers: This is a very high quality Wide Format Papers Rolls, composed of 100% cotton rag and has many physical characteristics which set it a step above the competition. It is instant drying, acid free, has a very bright white points and a velvet textured surface. We sell this Papers in 50 rolls for the same price as a most companies sell the industry standard size 40 foot roll.

Premium Semi-matte Photo Wide format Premium Papers Rolls offers professional photographers and graphic artists an additional option in resin coated photographic Papers. Highly saturated, high resolution images can now be displayed on an elegant, understated semi-matte finish that minimizes glare, while maximizing presentation quality. Its 10 mil thickness and extremely wide color gamut will make this Wide format Premium Papers Rolls are a favorite among discerning professionals, while its instant drying and non-cockling characteristics make use, handling, and display of finished output trouble-free. It creates highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage and a high D-Max for true photographic reproductions.
What is the difference between Matte, Satin, Semimatte, and Glossy Wide Format Papers Rolls?

The light reflective qualities of the final printed image play an important part in the decision of which proofing Papers should be purchased for the project. The major manufacturers cover most if not all of the Papers choices. In the order of reflective surfaces come matte, satin, semimatte, and glossy.

Matte proofing Papers has a flat appearance as it does not reflect light and has little or no contrast qualities. More ink is absorbed by Matte Papers than other types of Wide Format Papers Rolls and provides an excellent printed image.

Satin proofing Papers has some sheen to it and is considered more reflective than Matte but less than that of Semimatte.

Semimatte proofing Papers has a higher reflection than Satin but less then Glossy.

Glossy proofing Papers has the highest reflective qualities and is excellent for color definition and high contrast photographic printing.

In addition to the glossy surface, or lack thereof, manufacturers also grade their Papers offerings according to brightness, whiteness, thickness, weight, and opacity. Each of these conditions are rated or measured according to industry standards.

Within the manufacturer specifications given for each of the Proofing Papers the following standards may be referred to: ISO 2471 (International Organization for Standardization) This standard specifies the method used to determine the opacity of white Papers which contains fluorescent whitening agents.

Brightness can be determined by TAPPI 452 (Technical Association of the Pulp and Papers Industry) and ISO 2470. The brightness of white, near white, and naturally colored Papers is measured by the method contained in these standards.

GRACol Certified (General Requirements and Applications for Commercial Offset Lithography) IDEAlliance, an organization that has created general guidelines and recommendations for quality color printing across the Wide Format Papers Rolls industry.

SWOP (Specifications for Web Offset Publications) A set of specifications for publication printing that ensures measurable, consistent results at each step in the printing process. SWOP guidelines address quality-of-material issues in pre-press and proofing as well as on-press challenges of color matching, dot gain and different Papers stocks

ASTM D523 (ASTM International, formerly the American Society for Testing and Materials) This standard measures the Gloss rating found on Papers.

Premium Semimatte Photo Papers offers professional photographers and graphic artists an additional option in resin coated photographic Papers. Highly saturated, high resolution images can now be displayed on an elegant, understated semimatte finish that minimizes glare, while maximizing presentation quality. Its 10 mil thickness and extremely wide color gamut will make this Papers a favorite among discerning professionals, while its instant drying and non-cockling characteristics make use, handling, and display of finished output trouble-free. It creates highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage and a high D-Max for true photographic reproductions.

Find the Best Wide Format:

  • Canon Wide Format Papers
  • Engineering Bond
  • HP Large Format Papers
  • Mylar Film
  • Mylar Rolls
  • Opaque Papers
  • Plotter Papers
  • Premium Coated Bond
  • Self Adhesive Papers Roll
  • Translucent Papers
  • Vinyl Papers
  • Wide Format Engineering Papers
  • Wide Format Inkjet Papers
  • Wide Format Photo Papers
  • Wide Format Supplies
  • Wide Format Printing Papers

 

 

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