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Hi, Does anyone know if there are scratch-free papers for computer printers on the market? If so, which are the best photo printers to handle such papers? Thanks...

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    Default Is there scratch-free printer paper?

    Hi,
    Does anyone know if there are scratch-free papers for computer printers on the
    market?

    If so, which are the best photo printers to handle such papers?

    Thanks


    WoodyMatthew3 Guest

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    WoodyMatthew3 wrote: 

    Scratch free? Do you mean that there are scratches in your prints? I
    have an HP printer that does this but my Epson doesn't. The scratches
    aren't in the paper I think, they are caused by poor paper handling in
    the printer.
     

    One that does not cause the scratches.

    Andrew Guest

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    WoodyMatthew3 wrote: 
    >
    >
    > No. I mean are there any scratch free papers for PC printers on the market?[/ref]

    Please define "scratch free" then. I have absolutely no idea what you
    are talking about.

    Andrew Guest

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    On Sun, 20 Jul 2003 23:13:04 GMT, Andrew McDonald <spam>
    wrote:
     

    Thank goodness for that. I thought it was me...

    --
    Regards

    John Bean
    John Guest

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    Charlie D wrote: 

    They have diamond coated paper?

    Andrew Guest

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    "Andrew McDonald" <spam> wrote in message
    news:RHFSa.111708$prod.itd.earthlink.net... 
    >
    > They have diamond coated paper?
    >[/ref]

    OK, I have noticed that Canon Photo Paper Pro has a softer emulsion
    (coating) than, for example, Epson PGPP. Prints that show tram lines and
    scratches on the Canon paper are clear on the Epson paper. I haven't noticed
    much scratching after it comes out of the printer, however.

    Gary Eickmeier


    Gary Guest

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    >>I have absolutely no idea what you [/ref]
     

    You've got to be kidding ??

    Scratch-free paper would be paper that is resistant to scratching.

    Perhaps not as resistant as Darkroom RC Photographic Paper----but not as easily
    scratched as all the current inkjet photo papers out now. With all the current
    inkjet photo papers I am seeing on the market, you can easily take your finger
    nail & put a very noticeable scratch on the photo.

    That is the major drawback of Inkjet Paper Vs Darkroom Photographic Paper.
    They can make it look like a photograph developed in a darkroom---but the paper
    quality is another story.

    But I think your confusion to the question answers the question I was asking.

    There evidently is no such durable paper invented for any sort of Printer yet.

    Maybe someday.





    WoodyMatthew3 Guest

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    "WoodyMatthew3" <com> wrote in message
    news:aol.com... [/ref]

    >
    > You've got to be kidding ??
    >[/ref]

    Nope!
     
    easily 
    current 
    finger 

    Stop doing that!
     
    paper 
    asking. 

    No, the confusion is that we're what the heck you're doing to your prints
    that they get scratched easily? Never been a problem for me on the papers I
    mention above.

    Mark


    Mark Guest

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    Mark B. wrote:
     
    >> 
    >>
    >>You've got to be kidding ??
    >>[/ref]
    >
    >
    > Nope!
    >

    >
    > easily

    >
    > current

    >
    > finger

    >
    >
    > Stop doing that!
    >

    >
    > paper

    >
    > asking.
    >
    >
    > No, the confusion is that we're what the heck you're doing to your prints
    > that they get scratched easily? Never been a problem for me on the papers I
    > mention above.
    >
    > Mark
    >
    >[/ref]
    I have not had a problem with scratching inkjet prints if they were
    allowed to dry before handling.


    Ron Guest

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