Large Format Media
Product Information Document
1569B Standard Paper 80 g/m²
Description
This high quality base paper is specially developed for use in the CAD and GIS
environment. The optimal drying of the media offers the possibility for maximal
production. It is the economical choice for the everyday monochrome line work and
area fills.
Features
Dye ink compatible, quick drying, sharp lines, smear resistant.
Applications
CAD, GIS.
Available widths
Article
number
(3x) 97003001
(3x) 97003002
(3x) 97003003
97003004
Width
(mm)
432
610
914
1067
Length
(m)
50
50
50
50
Order
Multiple
3
3
3
1
Mercury
Code
1569B006AA
1569B007AA
1569B008AA
1569B003AA
Compatibility and profiles
Advised Driver / panel settings: Standard Paper 1569B 80g / Standard P 80g
Refer for Onyx and other profiles to www.mediaguide.oce.com
Select your Canon printer to find matching media and media profiles.
Printing
For optimum results select the best possible print settings. Ink saturation limits can
vary due to the ink drop volume and the environmental humidity. Ink saturation levels
should be optimized for specific printer, ink and software combinations. Too much ink
will cause paper cockle and possible head strike. Longer ink drying times will occur in
higher humidity environments.
Lamination
Hot or cold laminating is possible, although cold laminates are preferred because of
the better adhesion. Images must be dry before laminating. Too much ink can cause
cockling which can cause problems with laminating. For mounting on a board, an
encapsulating edge of 5-6mm around the image is recommended. This prevents
against moisture and paper splitting because of the tension of the laminate. If the
laminate is not spread evenly over the surface of the paper then this can cause curling
problems.
Physical Properties
Weight
75 ± 3 g/m2
Calliper
96 microns
Opacity
92 %
Whiteness
161 ± 3 CIE
Storage Conditions
Store at 23ºC and 50% relative humidity. Store material in original packaging until
ready to use. Allow material to adapt to room conditions before use. Papers can absorb
moisture in humid conditions or lose moisture in low humidity conditions. High
humidity conditions make the ink drying time longer and this could interfere with
proper laminate adhesion. The packaging also protects against sunlight.
Shelf Life
2 years from shipping date when stored under ideal conditions (see above)
March 2011