KODAK Production Matte Paper / 170g provides users the ability to print high-quality, low-cost photos on a smooth, bright white surface. Production Matte Paper covers the application spectrum, and is perfect for architectural drawings or full-color photos. It provides high inkload retention needed for saturated colors, quality images, and brilliant colors. This paper can be thermally laminated, making it ideal for producing high-impact graphics. It is often used by shops who want a low-cost way to produce high volumes of POP displays, posters, or color accurate renderings. It is universally compatible with thermal and piezo pigmented and dye inks, and is instant-dry.
|Material||Matte photo paper|
|Gauge||7 mil, 170g|
|Software Settings||The bond or uncoated paper setting in most RIPs is a recommended starting point. However, a custom ICC proﬁle is ideal for optimal results.|
|Light-fastness||Inkjet ink fading time is based on the inks you use and the print display environment. Dye-based inks fade noticeably under direct sunlight and interior applications where direct sunlight may fall on the image, and/or where ﬂuorescent or other UV lighting is present. Though fading is inherent in all inkjet inks, certain UV-resistant inks, pigment-based inks, and UV-inhibiting coatings will extend image longevity. For light-fastness data and to determine an ink’s suitability for the application, contact the ink manufacturer.|
|Finishing/Post Processing||It is recommended that you protect the printed side by mounting under glass, laminating, clear coating, or using photographic sleeves. This will help ensure image durability and stability. Pressure sensitive laminates provide the best bond. Applying the laminate by hand is not recommended.|
|Handling Recommendations||Avoid touching the coated surface and use cotton gloves when handling inkjet coated materials. Rolls of Kodak inkjet media come with the coated side facing out.|
|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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