Our vellum paper is translucent and can be used to produce screen positives. Extremely fine alignment requirements as in 4-color process or very large sized jobs with tight registration often disqualify as candidates for vellum. However, for most screen-printing jobs in textile and small signage fields, vellum is usually a economic solution to using films.
Adequate density can be acheived by setting your printer to the darkest toner. Heat settings are determined when you set-up your printer by choosing paper types. Look for the thickest, most heat-requiring paper in your printer's set-up dialog. Some choices may be "Thick", "Cardstock", or "Rough". Some older printers do not have paper-type selections. Those printers usually run the fuser (heater) at it's highest setting at all times and usually do a great job on vellum.
Our vellum is available in 8.5" X 11", 8.5" X 14", 11" X 17", 12" X 18", and 17" X 22" and packaged in 100-sheet and 250-sheet packages.
Vellum is a translucent paper that can be used on inkjet and laser printers
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