Professional Inkjet Photo Paper, Glossy / 255g - Dry Lab
Featuring a true photographic resin-coated base paper and e-surface finish with “pulp of unsurpassed quality,” KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Paper gives you the freedom to print in your studio, and the KODAK PROFESSIONAL back-print seal of quality to back it up. KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Paper - Dry Lab is compatible with Noritsu, Fuji and Epson Dry Lab printers.
|Material||Resin-coated photo base|
|Gauge||10 mil / 255g|
|Printer/Ink Compatibility||Compatible with Noritsu, Fuji and Epson Dry Lab printers.|
|Software Setting||The photo gloss paper setting in most RIPs is appropriate; however, we recommend a custom ICC profile for optimal results. Please refer to www.brandmangagementgroup.com for ICC profiles for some printers.|
|Light-fastness||The fading time of inkjet ink is a direct result of the inks that you choose to use and the environment where the print is displayed. Contact the ink manufacturer for light-fastness data.|
|Finishing/Post Processing||It is always recommended that a protective laminate be applied after printing. Hand applying laminate is not recommended. Pressure-sensitive or thermal laminates can be used. Before applying the laminate, allow the image to dry for 24 hours.|
|Optimal Service Environment||72° F (21° C), 50% R.H For end use: 0-300° F|
|Handling Recommendations||Due to the absorptive nature of the coating, you should avoid touching the coated surface. It’s always recommended that cotton gloves be used when handling inkjet coated materials.|
|Ideal Storage Conditions||70° F (21° C), 50% R.H. (a controlled environment is recommended); store in original packaging.|
|Shelf Life||1 year from the BMG ship date when stored in proper conditions.|
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