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Premium Glossy Photo Paper Rolls, 16-1/2" x 100 ft, Pack

Item #: EPSS042076
by Epson®
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Premium Glossy Photo Paper Rolls, 16-1/2" x 100 ft, Pack

Premium glossy photo paper dries instantly for easy handling. Highest color gamut available for vivid color reproduction. Enhanced 2880 dpi printing offers the highest quality output.


Product Specifications

Item Specifications
Brand Epson®
Global Product Type Paper-Photo Print Roll
Size 16 1/2" x 100 ft
Paper Color(s) White
Rolls Per Unit 1
Paper Finish Glossy
Machine Compatibility Inkjet Printers
Brightness Rating (International) 94
Core Size 2"
Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0%
Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0%
Total Recycled Content Percent 0%

Dimensions / Specifications
Unit of Measure PK
Item Weight 6.000 lbs
Ships via UPS? y
Carton Pack Quantity 1 PK
Pack Quantity 170 SH
This item is sold by the PK which contains 170 SH
Manufacturer Info
Brand Epson®  (website)
Brand Contact 800-533-3731
Manufacturer Stock No. S042076
Retail UPC 010343859630
Country of Origin JP
Tariff (Inbound) Code
UNSPSC Number 14121812
Meets ANSI/BIFMA? 010343859630
OTS Product ID 9475203

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What is the difference between 270 g and 160 g on photo paper rolls?
asked by Craig A. on October 11, 2011
    0 votes

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).

answered by On Time Supplies (Retailer) on October 11, 2011
    0 votes

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