- Plasticised paper?
I use zecom. Untearable and waterproof and prints on a normal laser
Great for maps. I’ve even used it scuba divingPosted 4 years agomaccruiskeenSubscriber
looks and feels like paper but its made from strands of polyethylene. you can print and write on it, but obviously the printing ink needs to be waterproof too. Very tear resistant also, I remember an ad they ran in some of the design magazines where they’ve inserted a tyvek page in the mag with a portion you were supposed to tear out and post off for a catalogue. The cads.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
It’s been around for years, Memory Map and Viewranger were promoting it for printing areas of OS maps on. Those white suits that forensic bods wear are Tyvec, and I sometimes get envelopes made of it.Posted 4 years ago
As said, a bit pricy, the trees require special conditions to grow in.
I wouldn’t mind 10 sheets for £10 or so but £40 for 50 is too much/many.
£13 for 20 sheetsPosted 4 years ago
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