Media Type, Weight, and Thickness (imagePROGRAF PRO-1000)

 

Description

Media Type, Grammage, and Thickness (imagePROGRAF PRO-1000)

 

Solution

When setting custom paper, refer to the following tables and select the media type you want to use as the basis.
 

Media Type

Check the feature and select the media type that is closest to the paper you want to use.

Category Media Type Feature
Photo Paper Lightweight Photo Paper Glossy paper (with a luster surface similar to photographic paper), semi-gloss paper (silky, microporous, etc.), glossy fine art paper, etc.
Heavyweight Photo Paper
Fine Art Paper Heavyweight Fine Art Paper Paper with art paper texture, matte paper, matte fine art paper, etc.
If you want to print with a greatly increased amount of ink, select "Highest Density."
Extra Heavyweight Fine Art Paper
Highest Density Fine Art Paper
Japanese Paper Washi Japanese washi paper processed for inkjets.
Canvas A fabric with canvas texture.


Grammage and Thickness

Check which media type matches the weight and thickness of the paper you want to use.
If the matching media type is different between the grammage and thickness, determine by the thickness.

Category Media Type Grammage (g/m²) Thickness (mm) Recommended Paper Feed Slot
Top Feed Manual Feed Tray
Photo Paper Lightweight Photo Paper 64 to 300 0.1 to 0.3 -
Heavyweight Photo Paper 300 to 350 0.3 to 0.6 -
Fine Art Paper Heavyweight Fine Art Paper 64 to 250 0.1 to 0.3 -
Extra Heavyweight Fine Art Paper 250 to 350 0.3 to 0.6 -
Highest Density Fine Art Paper 250 to 350 0.3 to 0.6 -
Japanese Paper Washi 64 to 400 0.1 to 0.6 -
Canvas 64 to 300 0.1 to 0.7 -


 


Doc ID   ART163330
Updated   11/08/2018

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