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36lb Coated Bond Wide Format Rolls With 2" Core
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36lb Coated Bond Wide Format Rolls With 2" Core

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36lb Coated Bond Wide Format Rolls With 2" Core

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ProductDescription

These 36lb Coated Bond Wide Format Rolls feature a high resolution coating for precise line drawings and vivid, spot color printouts. These rolls are produced on a 2" core and are engineered to be compatible with all wide format printers. The use of high quality paper produces crisp, vivid images that are easily readable and longer lasting.

Product Details

  • Paper Size: 24" x 100' and 36" x 100'
  • Core Size: 2"
  • Color: White
  • Basis Weight: 36lb
  • Brightness: 92
  • Taped: No (paper is not taped to core)
  • Acid-Free: Yes
  • Ply: 1
  • Quantity: 1 Roll
  • Part Number: POPCBWFR362

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Questions & Answers
Q:
Can I use this paper to paint and draw on? I want to find a paper I can paint and draw on that will not buckle.
Asked by Vicki Grant 2 months ago
A:
Thank you for your question. The 36lb Coated Bond Wide Format Rolls With 2" Core is paper that is specifically designed to be used with "high end" wide format printers. The paper is coated to better accept the ink and toner from a printer and this would give the paper a very smooth finish. Depending on the medium you will be using it also work for drawing. The paper is 36 # stock while it is a heavier weight of paper, it is not thick enough to be considered a cover or card stock.

Answered by MyBinding 2 months ago
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