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Epson Exhibition Canvas Satin Archival Inkjet Paper (36" x 40' Roll)

B&H # EPECS3640 Mfr # S045251
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Product Highlights
  • 430 gsm
  • Thickness 23 mil
  • Cotton-Poly Blend
  • Acid and Lignin-Free
  • High Dmax
  • Non-Reflective Surface
  • High Tensile Strength

The 36" x 40' roll of Exhibition Canvas Satin Archival Inkjet Paper from Epson features a heavy 430 g/m2 media weight and a 23.0 mil thickness, making it suitable for gallery and museum-quality prints. It yields deep blacks and a wide color spectrum. Additionally, its elastic polymer coating resists cracking, making it ideal for gallery wrap stretching.

Dmax rating: 1.6
Enhanced coating to permit gallery stretching for large prints
Heavyweight paper cotton-poly blend
Non-Reflective surface with bright white point
Basis Weight 430 g/m2
Thickness 23 mil (0.58 mm)
Surface Finish Satin
Dimensions 36.0" x 40.0' (91.44 cm x 12.19 m)

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Archival Methods -  Light Weight White Cotton Inspection Gloves (Large, 12-Pack)
  • You Pay: $6.95
 

Trimmers

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Logan Graphics -  450-1: 40" Artist Elite Mat Cutter
  • You Pay: $167.95
 

Sleeves & Protective Sheets

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Archival Methods -  35.75 x 47.3" Transparent Polyethylene Bags with for (50-Roll)
  • You Pay: $70.97
Usually ships in 3-7 business days i This item is usually Drop Shipped from the MFR/Distributor within 3-7 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of placing the order with the vendor. Item is non-cancelable and non-returnable.
 

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Archival Methods -  24 x 36 x 3" Trans-Port Shipping Case (Black)
  • You Pay: $214.95
Usually ships in 7-10 business days i This item is usually Drop Shipped from the MFR/Distributor within 7-10 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of placing the order with the MFR
 
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