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|Global Product Type||Paper-Photo Print Roll|
|Size||Available in: 16 1/2" x 100 ft, 16" x 100 ft, 24" x 100 ft, 36" x 100 ft or 44" x 100 ft|
|Rolls Per Unit||1|
|Machine Compatibility||Inkjet Printers|
|Brightness Rating (International)||Available in: 92 or 94|
|Core Size||Available in: 2" or 3"|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Paper Weight||Available in: 10 mil or 165 g/m2|
|OTS Skugroup ID||44109|
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Anytime you see a G, or a GSM, or g/m2 after a pro media paper name or in it's description, it refers to the weight of the paper in "grams per square meter". Remember that while the higher the number "usually" also means the "thicker" the paper, it is not always true. Remember GSM is the weight, but the thickness is measured in mil (thousandths of an inch). GSM and mil are two different ways to measure. As an example: Two people can both be six feet tall (thickness), but one can weigh 180 lbs and the other 200 lbs (GSM).