Epson S045250 Printing Paper Satin White
Model Number: S045250
Epson S045250 Printing Paper Satin White is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Heavyweight cotton/poly fine art canvas features a bright white point, exceptionally high Dmax and wide color gamut. Enhanced with elastic polymers to provide high tensile strength and flexibility for gallery wrap stretching without cracking. Acid-free and lignin-free.
|EPSON AMERICA, INC.
|Place of Business
|Markham, ON L3R 0Z9, CA
|Number of Items
|24" x 40 ft
|Manufacturer Part Number
|3.9 3.9 out of 5 stars 11 ratings3.9 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#146,446 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #510 in Photo Quality Paper
|Date First Available
|Sept. 8 2011
|Proposition 65 Warning
|Total Recycled Content
|Pre-consumer Recycled Content
|Country of Origin
|Berry Amendment Item
|Green Seal Certified
|Post-consumer Recycled Content
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I'm using this with my Epson 7900. The canvas is heavy and the colors print as vivid as a canvas can. The satin finish is a bit too shiny but there's a reason: The weave is thick thus more "ridges" for the light to catch. I've printed about 15 20x30 and larger and they all look great. The biggest downside is when your stretching, since the canvas is so thick, the corners bulk up and make a fairly large bulge in the back. The corners fold well but the excess canvas on the fold is the issue. I don't like cutting away canvas but in some cases it was necessary. I prefer the 45° method of cornering. I think I'm going to try something with a tighter weave.
Work great 👍👍👍👍👍
Smells like urine. Will not accept a varnish. Had to download the roll and go with matte canvas.
Epson Canvas is typically far too loose of a weave for most of the stuff I print. I usually go with Moab Anasazi or a variety of Hahnemuhle canvases, (when I can afford it). However, I was very surprised at how well the Epson Exhibition Canvas Satin grade handled my high-resolution prints. When I print of the canvas by Moab or Hahnemuhle, I always choose matte surfaces. In fact, I never print of any lusters, semi-gloss, or gloss surfaced papers at all except for demos or proofs. The ambient light that's reflected from the treated papers like the gloss's are terrible and over-take the image making it impossible to see the actual image through the reflecting lights. So why am I using an Epson satin treated canvas?! I saw a number of prints at my local supply store that were printed with this canvas and I couldn’t tell it was a satin and the high resolution of the images was so that I'd never guess it was Epson Canvas to boot! So I bought a 24" roll which is a fraction of the price of the Moab's or Hahnemuhle’s, and I must admit, the satin treated canvas doesn't reflect the ambient light! In addition, because the surface of the Epson Exhibition is treated, the course Epson canvas weave is 'smoothed-over' allowing for the printer to print high resolutions of 2880 ppi or more. I do recommend this canvas and I plan to continue buying it because it's drastically less expensive than the other canvas brands I mentioned. 5 Stars! Rich
Thicker than other canvas we've seen. it's hard to use with stretchers. When running through our printer we must put extra card paper taped to the corners so that it doesn't jam.