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New from Red River Paper
DALLAS, TX, June 16, 2011 – Inkjet printer users have long sought paper with a sturdy weight and feel. Heavy paper communicates a sense of value and artistic importance.
To meet this need, Red River Paper recently introduced 96lb. Polar Matte Magnum Card Stock. At 19 mil thickness, the new paper is the heaviest and thickest photo matte paper on the market today. Polar Matte Card Stock brings a professional look and substantial feel to photography, fine art, graphic design, and many other types of inkjet prints. The new paper features a beautiful soft white printing surface with outstanding ink holdout capabilities. This product is ideal for most Epson and Canon printers with a thick media path or paper setting.
Photographers, artists, graphic designers, architects, and a host of other inkjet users can benefit from 96lb. Polar Matte’s extra weight and ability to accept highly saturated ink coverage. In an album, portfolio, or as a loose print, the new paper conveys durability and the meaningful nature of the subject.
The new paper is available exclusively from Red River Paper, who sells direct to end users from their website store. The product selection includes sizes from 4″ x 6″ to 17″ x 25″ sheets and pre-scored inkjet note cards. Prices range from $14.99 to $75.
Red River Paper was founded in 1997 and has become a trusted supplier of premium photographic inkjet papers to a wide variety of customers around the world. The company offers products that match or exceed retail brand quality with a savings as much as 40%.