NovaJet High Gloss RC Paper 260 WR

NovaJetTM High Gloss RC Paper 260 WR
For inkjet printing of true-to-life photographic prints
Product Description & Application
NovaJet Gloss RC Paper 260 WR (HGP 260 WR) is a high gloss paper, top-coated with a microporous ink-receptive layer. It is ideally suited for true-to-life photographic prints.
Passport Photos, ID Photos, Portfolio Prints, Album Stored Pictures, Fine Art Imaging.
Visuals and Mock-ups, Colour Proofs, Presentations
Promotional Material
Posters, Brochures, Catalogues, POP's
Custom Applications
Invitation Cards, Greeting Cards, Bookmarks, ID-Cards, Menu cards and lots more….!
Features & Benefits
Multi-layer Microporous inkjet coating for true-to-life Photos
High gloss white surface for wide color gamut and deep rich colors
Photograde base for longer durability
Instant dry & water-resistant properties for ease of handling, especially in tropical conditions
Compatible with most colour inkjet printers
Product Specifications
Total Thickness
260 gsm
Surface Finish
White Gloss
Printing side
Glossy, Whiter side
Two years from the date of manufacture when stored in original packing at 20-25oC and 50% RH.
A4 (210 mm x 297 mm); A3 (420 mm x 297 mm)
4" x 6" (102 mm x 153 mm), 305 mm x 20 mtrs rolls
432 mm x 20 mtrs rolls, 508 mm x 20 mtrs rolls.
20 sheets/pack (A4 & A3), 50 sheets/pack (4" x 6") & 20 mtrs/roll
Compatibility with Water-based Dye Inks
Recommended Printer Settings Printer Media Setting Print Quality
Canon Glossy Photo Paper High
Epson Stylus Photo Premium Glossy Photo Paper Best Photo
HP Photosmart HP Premium Plus Photo Paper Best
Printing Guidelines
Once your image is ready for printing, click on "File" and then on "Print" which is on the top left hand corner of your
computer screen.

Step 1 If there are more then one printer drivers installed on your system, select the printer you choose to print from. Click on "Properties" or "Preferences"

Step 2 Select the "Paper / Media Type" depending on the type of media you wish to print on. This helps the printer to understand the quality of the media (i.e. paper, film, etc) that you are going to print on. As a reference you can refer to the "Recommended Printer Settings" section in this Product Information Capsule.

Step 3 Now select the "Print Quality / Mode". Depending on the inkjet printer you are using and the media type you have already selected (step 2 ), select the Print quality / mode available in your printer. As a reference you can refer to the "Recommended Printer Settings" section in this Product Information Capsule.

Step 4 Start printing your job.
Handling & Storage Instructions
Hold the media by the edges. Be careful not to scuff or scratch the printing side.
Store the paper in a cool dry place and away from direct sunlight : 20-25oC at 50% relative humidity.
Ensure that blank media is always kept safely in the original packing.
Store the media flat, to avoid curling or wraping.
Post-print Care
The durability of the printed media is dependent on the fading characteristics of the inks used. Please consult the ink manufacturer for technical advice.
Stack your printouts with plain paper between the prints.
If you wish to laminate your print, a cold lamination process is recommended; in which case the print should be dried for a minimum of four hours. Ensure compatibility of the lamination film, prior to use.