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William Chitham

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Looking For Rice Paper or Similar For z3200
« on: May 15, 2018, 09:26:23 AM »

I have a new client who wants an edition of long prints that will be folded concertina style. He'd like it on something like rice paper but so far my googling has only turned up two contenders: Hahnemuhle Rice paper and Epson Kozo. The Hahnemuhle looks dead dull, just a thin alpha cellulose and I found some pretty unenthusiastic posts about it on this forum from a few years back but the Kozo looks just the job. Any thoughts or advice on using it in a z3200 would be much appreciated, also any suggestions for other papers of that sort.
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William.
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Re: Looking For Rice Paper or Similar For z3200
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2018, 12:47:00 PM »

Hahnemuhle Rice is still available and Epson Kozo isn't available in the USA (probably won't be any time soon either).
Another option to look at is Moab Moenkopi Washi/Kozo which are also good papers.

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BrianWJH

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Re: Looking For Rice Paper or Similar For z3200
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2018, 04:30:36 PM »

but the Kozo looks just the job. Any thoughts or advice on using it in a z3200 would be much appreciated, also any suggestions for other papers of that sort.
Thanks,
William.

William, PM sent.

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JimMcCabe

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Re: Looking For Rice Paper or Similar For z3200
« Reply #3 on: Today at 08:40:08 AM »

Don't know if it is any help.  I have bought a sample pack (A4 size) of Awagami.  They have a number of different weight Kzo and Unryu papers that might work.  I have an Epson P-600 and found their were problems with drivers.  I got them off the Moab sight who import some of the papers into the US (I'm UK based).  So Moab might be worth a try.
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