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Museo MAX Archival Fine Art Paper for Digital Printing (17 x 22", 25 Sheets)

B&H # MUFAM172225 Mfr # 9902
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This is a Special order item. Est. arrival at B&H is 7-14 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at time of shipment.
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You Pay: $121.60
Product Highlights
  • High Quality Cotton Paper
  • Designed for Archival Standards
  • Vivid Colors / Subtle Shadow Detail
  • Acid-Free
  • Velina Finish
  • Made in the USA

Museo MAX Archival Fine Art Paper is a lovely, archival printing paper for inkjet use. This paper produces rich, vibrant and truly saturated colors. If it is used for black and white printing, you'll find it achieves maximum density with a full tonal range of light and dark areas. Shadow areas will be subtle, providing a luxurious tonal range that will impress your client. Museo Fine Art is optimized for pigmented inkjet inks but is also compatible with dye based inks.

Note! Museo MAX is compatible with most photo-realistic inkjet printers. Museo MAX is designed for use with the matte black ink cartridge

Flake free coating
No optical brighteners
100% cotton base paper from Crane & Co.
Internally buffered
Robust, damage free packaging
Applications include: fine art printmaking, photographic printing, art reproductions, black & white printing, portraits, graphics & proofing, sepia prints
Basis Weight 365gsm
Thickness 0.015"
ISO Brightness 91%
Opacity Not Specified by Manufacturer
Surface Finish Velina

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