Hahnemuhle William Turner 310 Matte FineArt Paper (44" x 39' Roll)

BH #HAWT4439310 • MFR #10643139
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Hahnemuhle William Turner 310 Matte FineArt Paper (44" x 39' Roll)
Key Features
  • Mould-Made Textured Cotton Paper
  • Basis Weight: 310 gsm
  • Thickness: 24.4 mil
  • Opacity: 99%
This 44" x 39' roll of William Turner 310 Matte FineArt Paper from Hahnemuhle features a 310 gsm paper that was designed for archival purposes. It is mould-made from cotton rag to produce a textured matte finish. This gives it a heavy weight, which combines with a 24.4 mil thickness for a professional look and feel. Also, the paper features an 88.5% whiteness and an opacity of 99% for a classic white finish. For archival purposes no optical brighteners were used in this paper. It is acid-free and calcium carbonate buffered to avoid negative effects from the environment. Additionally, William Turner paper is instant drying and water-resistant. It comes on a 3" core.
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Roll Width
17"
24"
36"
44"
Basis Weight
190 gsm
310 gsm
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Hahnemuhle William Turner 310 Overview

This 44" x 39' roll of William Turner 310 Matte FineArt Paper from Hahnemuhle features a 310 gsm paper that was designed for archival purposes. It is mould-made from cotton rag to produce a textured matte finish. This gives it a heavy weight, which combines with a 24.4 mil thickness for a professional look and feel. Also, the paper features an 88.5% whiteness and an opacity of 99% for a classic white finish. For archival purposes no optical brighteners were used in this paper. It is acid-free and calcium carbonate buffered to avoid negative effects from the environment. Additionally, William Turner paper is instant drying and water-resistant. It comes on a 3" core.

Hahnemuhle William Turner 310 Specs

Key Specs
Dimensions (W x L)
44" x 39' / 111.8 cm x 12 m
Material
Cotton Rag
Single/Double-Sided
Single
Surface Finish
Matte
Material
Cotton Rag
Basis Weight
310 gsm
Thickness
24.4 mil/619.76 µm
Opacity
99%
Whiteness
88.5%
Single/Double-Sided
Single
OBA Content
No
Core Size
3" / 7.62 cm
Surface Finish
Matte
Storage Temperature
50 to 86°F / 10 to 30°C
Storage Humidity
35 to 65%
Packaging Info
Package Weight
12.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
46.2 x 7 x 7"

Hahnemuhle William Turner 310 Reviews

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question

How many pieces of paper in the box? or how many posters could you print?
Asked by: Anonymous
This box contains one roll of paper, which is 24 inches wide by 39 feet long. The number of posters you can print with this item depends on the size of the posters you plan to create.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

A question regarding the excellent review (Kevin) of Hahnemuhle WT 310 Matte: The review mentions a clay stabilizer being compromised due to the texture of the paper. Does that clay originate in the printer head and become dislodged and then create the clog? If so, which printer is referred to?
Asked by: Edward (Ted)
No. The clay is in the paper. The paper is very thick and it is fragile. It has a sandpaper like texture, probably in part due to the clay. But, it is mostly due to the rough tooth of the rough watercolor surface. This is a beautiful paper, but it is easily damaged by handing if two post print images rub against each other, and by any rough handling that can cause the surface to chip . It also easily collects dust, that can absorb ink and then fall off the image, leaving a white spot. All that said, it is my favorite paper. It print beautifully and produces high contrast Matt images. It can look as though colorscin the sky were painted with watercolor paint, or very sharp and realistic. I never have problems listed above if I take 13x19 carefully from the box to printer and immediately store the results. Where I encounter the above problems is when printing 17x25 images that I hand cut from roll paper. Those are hard to handle. I do the same with my favouritd glossy paper, baryta fine art. The glossy is not easily scratched, it can collect dust, but not as easily, and it also contains a clay, here the clay is barium sulfate. The clay is the same as found in the best fiber based photo papers from the classic era of silver gelatin printing. It produces a genuine monochrome look. With colors it has punch, but the surface has a depth of texture and low glare from reflections.
Answered by: ROBERT Z.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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