Drafting Title Block Printed Right Side on Clearprint 1000HTS-A Vellum Sheets

1000HST-A Title Block Clearprint Vellum
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Clearprint 1000HTS-A 16lb title block vellum sheets are available in 8.5x11 to 30x42” sheet sizes. The right side title block is used for architectural and engineering drafting. It is printed on Clearprint 1000H created from 100% new cotton fiber made translucent without solvents to produce a paper with the proper translucency for drafting and tracing. Clearprint is the vellum of choice of architects and engineers for its archival quality, strength, erasing, and redraw characteristics with pen & pencil. Traditionally a drafting paper it is also fine arts medium for painting, colored markers, pastels, charcoal, and even paper mache. The durable Clearprint vellum sheets possessing a uniquely delicate, transparent appearance which resists yellowing, cracking or ghosting, that makes it a remarkable drawing and fine arts paper that can also be used with inkjet and laser printers. Note Clearprint works well for low ink saturation printing and temperature controllable laser printers set for vellum or low heat.


24x36 Pkg 100 Title Block Right Side 1000HST-A Clearprint Vellum Sheets
Code: 40387
MFG Part #: CP10211528
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$360.30
$327.54
8x8 Grid 24x36 Pkg 100 Title Block Right Side 1000HST-A Clearprint Vellum Sheets
Code: 47130
MFG Part #: 10212528
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$473.95
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Clearprint 1000HTS-A Drafting Vellum Use & History

Made in the USA Clearprint was originally produced for the drafting industry in 1933. It is now the most popular vellum on the market. In 2012 Chartpak began testing Clearprint for a wide range of applications answering many questions.

Can you print on vellum? Yes Clearprint has been tested to work in both inkjet & laser printers for a wide range of printing jobs. Clearprint Vellum 1000H & 1020H Inkjet & Laser Compatibility Guide
Note: 1000H & 1020H are not suited for inkjet print jobs such as photographs requiring heavy ink saturation. Material will absorb the ink & have tendency to curve. When using with laser printers print on vellum paper settings or lower temperature settings, high heat setting can melt the vellum coating onto the printer’s drum.

How to use vellum paper? Besides drafting and drawing, your imagination is limit. ClearPrint vellum techniques for oil & acrylic painting plus fine arts techniques including graphite, pastels, & charcoal, water color, & sculptures

Where to buy vellum paper? There are many sources, but DraftingSteals carries or has access to lots of vellums including Clearprint. Checkout the amazing history of the Clearprint Paper Company ClearPrint ”What America is Drawn On” Designed in America, Made in America: A History of Innovation

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