Translucent Bond is the media of choice for combining the translucency of vellum, and the great value of ordinary bond paper. Translucent Bond is the media of choice for combining the translucency of vellum, and the great value of ordinary bond paper. For non-archival purposes, our smooth, translucent stock is great for test plotting of print series on your inkjet plotter. Makes for an excellent crossover for HP's translucent bond. BEST PRINTING: Use "light ink coverage" settings to match the paper coating to ensure proper ink volume and drying time. Remember to always print on the preferred side of the media. The preferred side is always on the outside of the roll unless otherwise noted. Handle print media by the edges to prevent dirt and oils from contaminating the print area. Best results are achieved when operating at 65-85 degrees farenheit; and 25-70% humidity. This paper can be used acceptably for pen plotting. STORAGE: Always store inkjet media in a cool dry area. If storage conditions vary from printing conditions, allow the product to adjust before beginning to print. ARCHIVING: 18Lb Inkjet Translucent Bond Is a wood pulp product and is not suitable for long term archival purposes.