||Hahnemühle PHOTO RAG® METALLIC 340GSM 19MIL 50IN X 39FT ROLL
Mfg. SKU: 10643570
Our Part No.: HM10643570
HAHNEMÜHLE PHOTO RAG® METALLIC 340GSM 19MIL 50IN X 39FT ROLL
Hahnemčhle Photo Rag® Metallic is a silvery-shimmering FineArt inkjet paper with a specially formulated inkjet coating for FineArt use. The natural white cotton paper contains no optical brighteners and has the characteristic Photo Rag® surface structure and sumptuous feel. Photo Rag® Metallic features a special silvery-shimmering surface finish. The high-gloss premium inkjet coating with a unique metallic effect guarantees impressive printing results with bold colours, deep black and the perfect reproduction of colour and detail. The sophisticated silver metallic effect underscores the image and makes motifs with metallic elements, reflections, ice and glass, architecture and landscape shots, as well as black and white photographs with high-contrast tones shine. Photo Rag® Metallic is acid and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance.
- 340 gsm, 19 mil, 100% cotton
- Natural white, without optical brighteners
- Sophisticated surface texture
- High-gloss premium inkjet coating for outstanding printing results with a unique, silvery-shimmering metallic effect
- Acid and lignin-free
- ISO9706 compliant / museum quality for a high age resistance
- Compatible with pigment and dye inkjet systems
Many companies claim to be steeped in 'tradition'. But there is hardly any company more entitled to boast this signet of consistency, experience and quality than the paper manufacturer Hahnemühle which was founded in Dassel in Lower Saxony in 1584. What initially began with handmade writing paper was later complemented by art paper and, more recently, digitally printable FineArt inkjet paper invented by the company Hahnemühle. But the traditional art paper is still being manufactured according to old recipes from high-quality cellulose and pure spring water. The paper technologists at Hahnemühle are reliable partners of artists, technicians and scientists. They manufacture exactly according to their customers' requirements, continuously optimise the paper together with them, and develop products for new market segments. Their motto has always been "quality not quantity": With an annual production of about 3,000 tons, Hahnemühle sees itself more as a manufactory than a factory. Today the company employs roughly 180 people and has subsidiaries in Great Britain, France, the USA and China. Production has taken place at the same location for 430 years - with the highest quality and innovative spirit created from tradition.