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    Efi Gravure Proof Paper 4245 Semimatt - all fine...

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    GMG Semimatte 250 and Gloss 250 is a good media for proofing, but I believe the EFI Semiatee 250 also good. the most important to have the consistence source that you have being profile with your printer.

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    Perfect Proof Semimatte 210-230

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    GMG ProofPaper semimatte 250 g/m2 + Flexoproof 5.2.5

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    Epson Proofing - Semi Matte

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    The ideal proofing paper is the same paper you'd use for printing. Since we know that
    Quote Originally Posted by super silja View Post
    if you use inkjet printer and sw rip it's impossible to make proof on Coated paper
    , the one that best matches the white point, the texture and the weight is preferred. Several papers listed here
    Quote Originally Posted by JoeColor View Post
    are converted by the same master roll, just labeled differently (oh, did I say that out loud).
    (eg. until recently Canon Proofing Paper Semi-matte was same as EFI 1260 SM and both are produced by Tecco, only the label on the back was changed afaik). And be prepared that some will change their supplier silently (as Canon did). But some manufacturers now produce papers with the same WP, texture, weight both for offset and for ink-jet applications.

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    anyone use several paper to compare?

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    Epson Semi Matte

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    I tried Epson Premium Semimatte Photo Paper instead of Photo Paper Gloss - for flexoprinting on polyethylene it approaches better

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    It depends on your location.
    I use ORIS PearlPROOFâ„¢ Select.
    Epson papers have just very, very unfriendly price here

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    GMG ProofPaper semimatte 250 g/m2 + ColorProof 04

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    Everybody from here use diferent type of paper and one inkjet printer.
    For all I have a question. I apreciate if somebody have a pertinent answer.
    For proofprint use special paper and special ink from printer and when you send the file to printing machie use the same "special" paper and the same ink?? NO. For media print paper and the ink from printing machine you have OTHER gamut - in this case smaller and little hue. So for good the question is: How closer from reality is the proof made with inkjet printer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dracula View Post
    Everybody from here use diferent type of paper and one inkjet printer.
    For all I have a question. I apreciate if somebody have a pertinent answer.
    For proofprint use special paper and special ink from printer and when you send the file to printing machie use the same "special" paper and the same ink?? NO. For media print paper and the ink from printing machine you have OTHER gamut - in this case smaller and little hue. So for good the question is: How closer from reality is the proof made with inkjet printer?
    1) it's impossible!
    2) use good printer software, which uses smart color management techniques
    3) use very good (and expensive) paper with no optical brightener for proofing
    4) try to make printing machine as close as possible to some kind of ISO standarts
    5) make calibrations of proofing machine as close as possible to the same standart, check at least every week if calibrations are ok. try to use raster simulation on proofing soft.

    after all this sometimes proofs and printed material will be very close, especially on standart coated papers.

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    T4Jet Silk Poster Paper 170gsm Fogra certified, great paper.

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    Grapp 230 with EFI and Epson 9900

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