What is 22 Plotter Paper?

Plotter Paper Rolls Roll of Plotter Paper Paper Rolls and SizesI hear people asking “What is 22 plotter paper?”  lol it is kind of a different way to say it, however, the best way to identify what 22 plotter paper or 24 plotter paper or any number that is ahead of the words ‘plotter paper’ is; it is the size.

Here are some examples:

  • 22 Plotter Paper , 20lb, 17″ x 22″
  • 22 Plotter Paper , 20lb, 22″ x 34″
  • 22 Plotter Paper, 24lb, 22″ x 150′
  • 22 Plotter Paper , 20lb, 22″ x 150′
  • Vellum Plotter Paper, 20lb, 22″ x 150′
  • 22 Vellum Plotter Paper, 20lb, 22″ x 150′
  • 22 Vellum Plotter Paper, 17lb, 22″ x 150′
  • 22 Engineering Copier Paper, 20lb, 17″ x 22″
  • 22 Plotter Paper Engineering Laser Bond, 20lb,22″ x 500”
  • 22 Plotter Paper Engineering Laser Bond, 20lb,22″ x 500”

Depending on the job that is to be done with the paper would precipitate which kind of Plotter Paper you would use. For example = using an Inkjet Plotter you would want to use “22 Plotter Paper” that is made for use on an Inkjet Plotter. Click on these and look back at the difference in the description of the paper. You will see the difference. Here is a rule of thumb. Engineering Copiers use Engineering Copier Paper; this is sometimes called Engineering Laser Bond or even Engineering Plotter Paper. We at @Plotter-Paper-Rolls.com try to identify the paper with the machine. Likewise Inkjet Plotter paper would be a 2 inch core roll that would be used on Inkjet Plotters and Engineering Copier Bond would be a 3 inch core roll that would be used on Engineering Copiers.

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