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Inkjet Paper you can also write on!

Discussion in 'Materials' started by ZsVinylInc, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. ZsVinylInc

    ZsVinylInc Member

    Mar 13, 2009
    Hey everyone. I have a request from a customer. They have a layout of their facility that they would like to blow up and print on some paper. They would also like to be able to write on it to show changes and other things they are doing in the plant. I have some old Roland paper here. I have tired to write on it and it goes ok for about a half a dozen words or so and then the coating on the paper messes up the pen and you can no longer use that pen. I tried an extra fine sharpie as well. That rubbed off fairly easily. Any type of paper that anyone has used that could be printed on an SP-540V and then also written on? Any suggestions or advice would be helpful. Thanks in advance.

    Also they were looking for one to be dry erasable. Has anyone every cold laminated paper like this before. I would probably just use Wypet from Fellers.

    Big Z
  2. sdisney

    sdisney New Member

    Jul 22, 2009
    We use a dry erase overlam on ours and it work pretty well.
  3. insignia

    insignia Very Active Member

    Sihl Trisolv 3686 poster paper will work great for what you're doing. Wypet dry erase laminate also works well with this paper, as well as vinyl.

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