Wide Format Inkjet Solutions
Wide Format Inkjet Printing Materials
Fujifilm Photo Paper Glossy 240
From the maker of Crystal Archive photo paper comes Fujifilm Photo Paper Glossy 240, inkjet prints never looked better.
Fujifilm Photo Paper Satin 270
From the maker of Crystal Archive photo paper comes Fujifilm Photo Paper Satin 270, making inkjet prints that much better.
Fujifilm Photo Paper Pearl 260
From the maker of Crystal Archive photo paper comes Fujifilm Photo Paper Satin 260, inkjet prints that are completely different.
Fujifilm RC Board Semi-Gloss
Produce prints that come out of your Epson/Fujifilm printer already mounted making framing easier than ever.
Fujifilm Photo Paper Canvas Texture 190
A high quality, water-resistant inkjet paper that is the economical choice for producing canvas inspired photographs.
Fujifilm Banner Paper Matte 120
Make a big impression with a low cost indoor banner material that makes any event or function something to remember.
Fujifilm Aquarelle Museum Fine Art Matte 315
Make digital fine art prints that have a classic watercolor "look" and "feel" with just a hint of texture to the surface.
Fujifilm Catesby Museum Fine Art Matte 315
Designed for those who need a bit more texture to their fine art print surface without sacrificing sharpness and contrast.
Fujifilm Vivid Canvas Semi-Gloss 350
Water resistant, with just enough gloss to make sure everyone knows its a canvas print that begs to be put up on the wall.
Fujifilm Artist's Canvas 340
Use post-printing "lacquering" techniques to create the kind of canvas print that makes images stand out from the crowd.
Fujifilm JetFlex Display Film
From the maker of Crystal Archive photo paper comes Fujifilm JetFlex Display Film, inkjet prints & graphics that shine.
Fujifilm Vinyl Banner Matte 15 mil
This scrim vinyl makes outdoor signage easy to produce and provides outstanding color fidelity in all conditions for up to three months.
Fujifilm Adhesive Backed Vinyl Matte 5 Mil
Calendared vinyl with a permanent adhesive on the back makes mounting this media onto ridged substrates a span and lasts for up to six months.