A Digital Printing Network
We have the VersaCamm SP300i. We have a customer who is designing a collage of our small town and is looking for us to reproduce it on "archival paper". Not exaclty sure what "archival paper" is or if we can print on it with our SP300i. Is there something we can use to print these out that would not be very expensive yet be a good quality product for the customer. Canvas is unfortunately going to be too expensive for them, any one have any ideas or can help clarify please let us know. Thanks.
Mark, as far as I know archival paper is paper that is acid free. It's meant to last like a 1,000 years without yellowing.
What the heck?
I'm not sure how Roland's paper is manufacturered but I really love the ESM-SGP2
I also think you can get fine art paper but I've never tried it.
If they are worried about yellowing, maybe you can laminate the collage for them?
Great idea on the laminating, I will look into that. is the ESM-SGP2 something I can get from Imprintables?
Thx, I may give that a try as well.