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HP Designjet Inkjet Large-Format Paper Roll, 42" x 150', 26 Lb
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HP Designjet Inkjet Large-Format Paper Roll, 42" x 150', 26 Lb

Item # 725793 OfficeMax # 21997109
Create presentations, posters and more with this paper
  • Paper is ideal for technical and graphics applications that will be frequently updated.
  • Universally compatible with HP Designjet printers and non-HP large-format printers for consistent performance.
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Create presentations, posters and more with this paper
  • Paper is ideal for technical and graphics applications that will be frequently updated. 
  • Universally compatible with HP Designjet printers and non-HP large-format printers for consistent performance. 
  • Has 90 (U.S.) brightness for beautiful posters! 
  • 24-lb paper is ideal for everyday use. 
  • ColorPRO Technology provides striking colors, crisp text and graphics and high-contrast blacks. 

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Item # 725793 
Manufacturer # HEWQ1406A  
paper color White
paper thickness 4.9 mil
bleed control no
paper weight 26 lb
paper finish type standard
acid free no
total recycled content 0%
postconsumer recycled content 0%
bleaching chemistry elemental chlorine free (ECF)
sheets per ream/pack 1
reams per case 1
brand name HP
manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
paper brightness 90 (U.S.)
paper sheet size 42"x150'

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HP Designjet Inkjet Large-Format Paper Roll, 42 x 150', 26 Lb 2 5 1 1
I used to love this paper, but the quality changed I have been buying this paper for years for our company T1100 and T1300 plotter, but the last few orders of this paper have been unsatisfactory. It crinkles in the machine when it prints and seems thinner than before. Also the tape used to keep the roll together is so hard to get off now that we often end up ripping the paper which caused the HP T1300 to no longer want to accept the paper. June 13, 2012
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