GDS 165gsm Matt Coated Paper is a high quality, mid to heavy weight, matt coated inkjet poster paper ideal for wallcharts, portfolios or indoor posters with images and heavier ink loads on your HP T120 Printer. This size is the oversize A1 allowing you to print A1 portrait and A2 landscape from the same roll - can be trimmed to exact sheet size.
GDS Matt Coated 165gsm Paper is a high quality, white, coated, smooth, matt finish presentation paper which is ideal for printing display work on your HP T120 printer. This paper is favoured by some of our customers for being slightly less 'bright white' than our 120g and 180g although we think this is very subtle and hardly distinguishable. It is ideal for posters, wallcharts, portfolio work or client presentations where your prints are to be handled a lot. Coated paper has an invisible layer on the surface (like a super fine matt varnish) which grabs the wet ink as it hits the page during printing and keeps a 'tight', bright & vivid print to add to the soft, smooth feel when handled. This paper will take a good amount of ink, meaning you can use this grade to print full coverage colourful designs and images.
Our GDS brand rolls are made for us by outstanding manufacturers including Océ, Canon and Xerox to give you the very best quality at the lowest price possible.
GDS holds huge stocks of printing paper and media in our North West warehouse. If you are not sure what you need just give theGDS Sales Teama call on01625 613548and we will be happy to advise and recommend a product to perfectly match your printer and your requirements.
GDS stocks a huge range of paper and media in rolls and sheets and we know exactly what fits your HP T120 Printer and what doesn't!
The HP T120 can print on a range of media. It is aimed at the entry level architectural/construction design market so it’s perfect for mainly printing plans, layouts, technical drawings, presentation designs, etc, but you can easily print on the following media types:
If your paper is a transparent film (for example, a transparency), select paper type Film > Transparent/Clear film.If your paper is a translucent paper or film (for example, technical or tracing paper), select paper type Film > Matte film.
Your paper type selection for generic paper depends on the paper’s ink absorption capacity.
If your paper is a photo paper, use the Photo Paper category. For glossy or high-gloss paper select paper type Photo Gloss Paper. For Semi-gloss, Satin, Pearl, or Luster finishes, select paper type Photo Semi-gloss/Satin Paper. To increase gamut on photo paper, select paper type HP Universal Gloss Photo Paper or HP Universal Satin Photo Paper, depending on the finish.
Whether you need T120 CAD paper (uncoated basic plain white paper) for printing technical drawings and layouts, T120 Presentation paper (coated with a unique inkjet layer to give a higher quality print), T120 Heavyweight paper, or T120 Photo Paper to make sure your images look tip top, we can pinpoint the roll or sheet pack for you.We have put together a selection of the most popular rolls and sheets for you to choose from, with total peace of mind for excellent print results.
The rolls we suggest for the HP T120 printer are all supplied on a 2 inch core (50mm) (this is the tube in the centre of the paper roll which slides onto the printer spindle) - cores come in two standard sizes 50mm (2") and 76mm (3") - Note the T120 cannot handle larger 3 inch core rolls.
Our T120 paper range should give you a paper product that is suitable for any of your print jobs. Our most popular papers are:
The HP T120 is an A1 size (24") desktop printer, the smallest A1 printer in the HP DesignJet wide format category. It can take rolls up to 24" wide / 610mm and up to 50mt long (10cms diameter). The HP T120 can also handle sheets - the cassette can be loaded with A3 or A4 paper to feed continuously or you can load A2 or A1 sheets individually. Here is an overview of the standard sizes of wide format paper rolls and sheets and the size of prints you can use them for. Sizing varies between traditional CAD sizing where true ISO sheet size is required from rolls, and graphics sizing which is almost always oversized. Where a roll accommodates 2 sizes you can print both by simply turning your print to landscape.