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Wide-format paper makes it easy for printers to handle panoramic photos or long-style sheet diagrams of key systems. The paper often features a high colour gamut and excellent colour density, allowing for beautiful photographs and detailed designs. Modern paper is also laminate ready, enabling users to protect printed images.
High colour Gamut Wide-format paper often has a high colour gamut, especially for high-brightness white paper. A greater colour gamut allows for a wider range of discernible colours, adding to vibrancy and helping images appear to jump off the page.
Excellent colour Density Many different wide-format paper options feature excellent colour density, letting many colours appear side by side without bleeding or blurring. This means printed panoramic photos retain much of the clarity and crispness of the original image and detailed printouts of system diagrams contain far greater levels of detail than paper that delivers lower levels of colour density.
Laminate Ready Modern wide-format paper works with either cold or hot laminate devices, giving users the ability to protect images against smudges or regular wear and tear. Laminate material forms a protective barrier against the elements, including moisture and dirt or debris in the air. This can help photos and printed diagrams last longer, extending the usefulness of printed materials by months or years.
Rapid Drying Many varieties of wide-format paper feature rapid drying for added convenience. As pages dry, they become less susceptible to potential smudging or running inks. Rapid-drying technology includes specialized textures on the paper surface and microporous coatings that allow instant lamination for even further protection. This is especially important for applications where users are likely to print materials and then immediately rely on them for reference. MoreLess