|Stop waiting for coatings to cure- 17M is ready to stretch when you are|
|Fine texture for a still and undisturbed surface that opens from wider angles|
|No lamination required means prints are done and ready to stretch in record time|
|Manufactured in Austin- the Art Capital of Texas|
65% cotton 35% polyester
Satin or Gloss
CIE L*a*b* (F7/2)
Satin: L* 97.70 / a* 1.40 / b* (-2.0)
Gloss: L* 97.50 / a* 1.50 / b*(-3.90)
Satin: 6 GU
44"-wide and smaller: 2" Padded Core
We recommend letting 17M prints dry for 1-2 hours before mounting or stretching for best results.
Glossy and satin canvas is more susceptible to curling. This curling is most often caused imperfect atmospheric conditions. Please make sure to remove your roll of canvas from the printer when not being used, and to store it inside of the original plastic sleeve and inside of the roll box. Make sure also to store your print media as close as possible to our recommendations, as follows: temperature: 70°F (21°C); relative humidity: 50%
To prevent the transfer of oils and dirt from your hands to the coatings on the media, white cotton gloves should be worn when handling the media. When not using the media, you should store it in its original packaging, exactly how it was shipped to you. Read even more about our recommended handling and storage best practices on our blog.
No! That's the beauty of 17M. Simply print, let it dry for 1-2 hours, and then stretch/mount/frame.
We put padding around each core, ultimately cushioning the inner layers of canvas, which prevents creases and grooves from appearing at the end of roll. With other canvas/paper brands who do not take the time to use core padding, it is common to have to waste the last few feet of media because of these creases and grooves.
Here's how we do it: