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Re: Double sided ink jet paper



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Yes, please answer online!  I would love to know of such a paper.  I am a maker
of books and a digital artist, and want to combine them.

Thanks to all in this delicious ocean of knowlege and experience,

Elen Freelander

Norman Sasowsky wrote:

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> Great White, until recently, made an excellent paper which could be
> printed equally well on both sides of the paper. It was coated and had a
> lustrous sheen. I was able to use it in making small booklets.
> Unfortunately, they no longer make the paper with that surface and the
> image quality seems less crisp. (They make it with a more matte surface).The
> paper is called "Image and Photo Paper - Matte Finish". I believe the
> company is owned by Hammermill and they make some fine printing papers.
> Does anyone know of a similar paper that can deliver high image resolution
> on both sides? If so,please let me know offline, or on, if you think this
> information would have wider interest. And, let me know where it might be
> purchased.
> Norman Sasowsky
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