posted on 2018-01-02 10:49:00
The text mainly introduces some FAQS of Yesion Photo Printing Paper.
1.Where do your photo printing papers come from?
Our factory is located in Huangshan City, Anhui Province. It overs an area of 220mu, the company has 8 automatic wide coating lines, which provides with lots of line technicians and managers, introducing advanced production technology and process of printing media from foreign countries. As well as advance R&D center and products testing center.
2.What types of photo printing paper do you offer?
All Yesion photo printing papers are inkjet paper. In general, this means that they have a chemical coating that helps trap inkjet ink and produce photos with sharp detail and bright color. We offer gloss, matte (non-gloss), satin, rough, silky and speciality inkjet media like 3D, embossed photo printing paper.
3.What sizes are available of your photo printing paper?
Most Yesion photo printing papers are available in the following sizes:
Sheets:3R(89*127mm) 4R(102*152mm) 5R(127*178mm) A3(297*420mm)
A4(210*297mm) 8.5”*11”(216*279mm) 11”*17”(279*432mm) A3+(483*330mm)
Of course, we also can accept to customized-make size.
4.Are your papers compatible with my printer?
Yesion photo printing papers are compatible with Epson, Canon, HP, Lexmark, Brother, and Dell inkjet printers. Our papers are tested for quality and compatibility with most printers from Epson, Canon, and HP. We have inkjet photo printing paper for virtually every inkjet printer available today. Go here for a listing of the most popular Yesion photo printing paper products for your printer.
5.Do your photo printing papers work in a laser printer?
Our products are specifically coated for use with an inkjet printer. We do not recommend them for laser use because the coating might damage the fuser drum. The biggest issue is cost of the media. Inkjet photo printing paper costs much more than laser specific paper because of the coatings we use. Laser paper only requires a semi-smooth surface material to function properly. We recommend looking to local paper sources such as quick printers or companies that supply printing companies.