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With a high-white matte finish, Plotterbase coated paper rolls are ideal for a range of applications from plans and drawings to high quality posters and even photos or artwork which is to be mounted behind glass.

The heavier the paper, the more premium the feel and the more ink can be laid down on the page (meaning more vibrant pictures).  Our matt coated paper is available in:

  • 90gsm - Suitable for high quality colour plans & drawings
  • 120gsm - Suitable for light-weight posters and light ink fill
  • 140gsm - Suitable for mid-weight posters and moderate ink fill
  • 180gsm - Suitable for heavyweight posters, heavy ink fills and artwork to be mounted behind glass
  • 230gsm - Suitable for heavyweight posters, heavy ink fills and artwork to be mounted behind glass

If you need help choosing the right paper, feel free to speak to a friendly member of our team on 01737 632 008 or use the live chat at the bottom of this website...

Can't find what you're looking for? Call 01737 632 008 or email info@plotterbase.co.uk for friendly help and advice...

120gsm Premium Matt Coated Paper | 432mm | 45m

SKU: PB11412043245
£11.85Price
  • Category:

    Coated Paper
    Weight: 120gsm
    Finish: Matt
    Roll Width: 432mm | 17 inch | 17 inch
    Roll Length: 45 meters
    Core Size: 2 inch core
    Roll Qty: 1 roll in box
    Manufacturer: Plotterbase
    Part Number: PB11412043245

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Buying A Printer?

Take a look at our frequently asked questions regarding delivery options and extended warranties...

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Printer Warranties Explained

Overview


Our extended warranties cover all parts and labour required to fix your printer at your premises, for 3 or 5 years following the date of purchase.

Once a problem is reported to us, we will endeavour to have a qualified engineer call you back within 4 working hours to determine the root of the problem and any necessary parts required.

If parts are required to fix the issue, we will order them at our expense and arrange a mutually agreeable time to visit your premises and fit them.

If the parts are in-stock, we will endeavour to reach you on the next business working day.

In some cases (where parts or screwdrivers are not required), our qualified engineers can even help you rectify issues over the phone in order to be far more time, cost and environmentally efficient.




What Is Covered?


  • All spare parts and labour required to maintain the printer to the manufacturer’s specification.




What Is Not Covered?


  • All consumable items such as ink cartridges, paper rolls, print heads and maintenance cartridges.
  • User error or damage caused by such actions and those not in accordance with the user manuals.
  • Damage deemed or suspected to have been caused by movement of the printer without the use of our technical team or engineers.
  • Software support and or user-training.
  • Parts that are at the end of the manufacturers pre-defined 'life cycle' and reported as such. (These parts include but are not limited to - Purge units, wipers and carriage motors.)





Printer Deliveries Explained

What should I bring with me on the bus?


Take whatever makes your trip more comfortable. It is suggested that you bring a bag with your cosmetics, neck or waist pillows, light blanket, change of clothes, Bible, songbook, Daily Text, Study Watchtower and literature to read and place with people. You should use headphones with music and video games.




How much luggage can I take?


You can carry a maximum of two suitcases for each person plus the bag you carry inside the bus. It is easier with less luggage. Large iceboxes are not allowed. Do not carry glass containers.




How should I get dressed for the trip?


In the bus you can dress in a casual but always modest way. Always remember to bear testimony with your clothing. The clothes we wear should not distract the message we give. When visiting the facilities of Bethel, we must dress just as we attend the meetings (km 3/98). It suggests that you wear comfortable shoes because you walk a lot. Sisters who wear high heels will suffer after walking for 3 hours.




Can I make arrangements to meet with friends I have in Bethel or in the area?


Yes, but only if this does not hinder the arrangements of the trip. You have the responsibility to join us. Please notify us of your arrangements.




Where can I sit on the bus?


Seats are assigned on a first come first basis. If you have a health issue that requires a particular seat, please let us know. We will try to accomodate.




Can we bring food inside the bus?


Meals such as tacos, tamales, burritos, sandwiches, etc. are not allowed. But you can bring chips, nuts, cookies. You can bring drinks in plastic bottles with a lid. Only small coolers allowed to fit under the seat. We must keep the bus clean at all times.




Is there space under the bus for my purchases?


Yes there are. You should mark the packages with your name so you do not lose them.




How much do I bring for meals?


You should plan a minimum of $ 10 to $ 25 + for each meal. We are going to visit a variety of restaurants including fast food. In New York, the cost of food ranges from $ 25 to $ 40.




What about tips?


In hotels and restaurants you are responsible for the tips. If you decide to go to the Met to take a Bible tour, it is customary to tip the tour guide and we should add that it is industry standard to tip the bus driver.




Where should I have the things I need frequently?


These things should be up with you inside the bus and not down with the luggage.




Who do I contact if I have additional questions?


If you have any other questions you can contact us by email at mail@jwtrips.com or by phone at (817)607-8019





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