Epson Cold Press Bright Archival Inkjet Paper (44" x 50' Roll)

BH #EPCPB4450 • MFR #S042315
Epson Cold Press Bright Archival Inkjet Paper (44" x 50' Roll)
Key Features
  • 305 gsm
  • Thickness 19 mil
  • 100% Cotton Rag Paper
  • ISO Brightness 96%
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The 44" x 50' roll of Epson Cold Press Bright Archival Inkjet Paper is a 305 gsm, 100% cotton rag media. This acid-free paper features a bright textured finish and yields prints with a wide color gamut and deep blacks.
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Epson Cold Press Bright Overview

The 44" x 50' roll of Epson Cold Press Bright Archival Inkjet Paper is a 305 gsm, 100% cotton rag media. This acid-free paper features a bright textured finish and yields prints with a wide color gamut and deep blacks.

100% cotton
Traditional mould-made style
Acid and lignin free with pH buffering
High Dmax and wide color gamut
Bright white base
UPC: 010343871113

Epson Cold Press Bright Specs

Basis Weight305 gsm
Thickness19 mil / 0.4826 mm
Opacity98%
Brightness96%
Single/Double-SidedSingle
Surface FinishMatte
Dimensions (W x L)44" x 50' / 111.8 cm x 15.2 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight15.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)46 x 6.7 x 6.3"
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Does anyone know if this role has a 2" or 3" core?
Asked by: dane
3" core
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2020-12-21

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How is this different from Epson Signature Worthy cold press bright, which I see only as part of a sample pack of SW papers?
Asked by: Carole
This is the same paper that is included in the Sample Pack. The only thing is that the image of this box is outdated & the new box is a black box with a image.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-12-08

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Does anyone know what Canon printer settings (PROGRAF PRO-1000) to use for this paper? Because they're competitors, there's no ICC profile, but there should be a standard setting that should work.
Asked by: Dean G.
Go on Epsom's site, find out the Media Type and paper profile, the compare with a similar paper that Canon makes. Input those settings and you should be fine. It might be wise to buy a box of 8 1/2 x 11 Cold Press to do test prints on until you dial your settings in. I did that when I printed my portfolio. Best of Luck.
Answered by: Omega R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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