A special coated transparent paper for inkjet. It is suitable for colour overlays and as an economic alternative for polyester film and Diazo reproduction. Also recommended for monochrome and colour CAD and low-end GIS drawings.
- Transparent monochrome and colour CAD drawings
- Low-end GIS drawings
- Colour overlays
- Good dot gain for sharp lines
- Economic alternative for polyester film
- FSC® certified
- ISO 14001 certified
|Waterbased Dye & Pigment
|Suitable for Lamination
|Cold Pressure Sensitive & Warm: heat activated: 85°C - 95°C
|Indoor / Outdoor Use
|50mm / 2"
Allow material to adapt to room conditions for 24 hours before printing. Side to be printed is the outer side of the roll. Make sure that the media comes not into contact with grease, oil, silicon, and dirt to avoid printing defects. It is recommended to handle the media with cotton gloves. Insert the paper with care in the printer. Incorrect loading can cause skewing or creasing. It is recommended to calibrate the printer before printing and to make a test print.
Print results will vary for different printer ink combinations. Ink restrictions and printer settings should be set for specific printer-ink combinations to obtain the best results. Canon media profiles include optimal ink and printer settings for Canon supported printers. Depending on fluctuations in environment, printer, ink, media and applications, printer parameters may have to be adjusted slightly, to obtain the best results.
Too much ink will cause paper cockle and possible head strikes. The use of dye inks can lead to premature fading of colors
Compatibility and Profiles
The use of cold or warm laminates are recommended for the best results. Allow the print to dry properly before to lamination. That is at least 24 hours. Too much ink can cause cockling which can cause problems with laminating. For mounting on a board, an encapsulating edge of 5-6mm around the image is recommended. This prevents against moisture and paper splitting because of the tension of the laminate. One sided lamination may cause curling. Use laminates of equal gauge when encapsulating to prevent image curl. Generally, lamination will only slightly improve UV resistance (pigmented inks should be used when UV resistance is required)