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Epson C13S041385 Doubleweight Matte Paper 180g/mē 24" 610mm x 25m roll

  • Description

    Epson C13S041385 Doubleweight Matte Paper 180g/m² 24" 610mm x 25m roll is a heavyweight media able to produce high resolution images at an economical price point.  Suitable for multiple applications from fine art reproductions to promotional pieces, courtroom graphics, proofs and displays.  Instant dry for easy, smudge-free, handling this paper can also be easily laminiated for additional durability from excessive light and moisture whilst lending a glossy finish.

    When facemounted on acrylic glass, using Diasec™ process Epson  Doubleweight Matte Paper 180g/m² is a digigraphie certified media.

    This media is dye and pigment ink compatible.



    • Promotional pieces
    • Fine art
    • Photography
    • Professional layouts
    • Courtroom graphics
    • Proofs
    • Displays
    • Posters



    • Weight: 380g/m²
    • Dye & pigment ink compatible
    • Easily laminated
    • Glossy finish
    • Instant dry
    • Digigraphie certifiable when facemounted on acrylic glass using Diasec™ process
  • Other available sizes

    Epson C13S041385 | Doubleweight Matte Paper 180g/m² | 24" 610mm x 25m roll

    Epson C13S041387 | Doubleweight Matte Paper 180g/m² | 44" 1118mm x 25m roll

    Epson C13S042138 | Doubleweight Matte Paper 180g/m² | 64" 1676mm x 25m roll

  • Digigraphie explained

    Digigraphie Explained

    The creation of the Digigraphie® label is relatively recent. Digigraphie® was officially launched on 13th November 2003, at the cenrenary of the Autumn Exhibition. But its practice is much older. For several years, phtographers, sculptors and painters, as well as service providers (photo laboratories and lithographic studios), have been using the technology of Epson printers to produce prints on the art paper. This in turn has opened the doors to a new discipline: the digital reproduction of a work of art.