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Help with large paper

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
I am after some large paper, ie big flip-chart sized stuff. Anybody any ideas how big that stuff is, if you can get sensibly larger stuff and best place to buy from?
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
A3 size and try WHSmiths or the Range
#2
i thought a3 was the size up from the print paper a4? thus surely the flipchart stuff is much bigger a2 or a1 perhaps?
cheers im looking on whsmiths now and then look up the range.
banned#3
You could try poundland Im sure i seen office stuff with that sort of paper you are looking for, But all poundlands may not hold the same stock though.
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awoodhall2003;7635212
i thought a3 was the size up from the print paper a4? thus surely the flipchart stuff is much bigger a2 or a1 perhaps?
cheers im looking on whsmiths now and then look up the range.


oops, it's A1 size yeah but cheapest I found was in the range, they did a flip for less than a fiver before Chrimbo, got some for the kids to draw on etc
#5
What you need it for mate?
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dj_urban
You could try poundland Im sure i seen office stuff with that sort of paper you are looking for, But all poundlands may not hold the same stock though.

poundland, hmmm worth a look i suppose. cheers :thumbsup:

choc1969
oops, it's A1 size yeah but cheapest I found was in the range, they did a flip for less than a fiver before Chrimbo, got some for the kids to draw on etc

hehe no worries, A1 it is! The range is miles away from me as i havent got a car. found some from ryman:
http://www.ryman.co.uk/Ryman-Flipchart-Pad-40-Sheet-A1-80gsm-0351010161.asp
40sheet = £6.99
Staples charge £15! which is a pity as that is next to where i live.
Then WHSmith charge £8.49 but its 220gsm card opposed to paper:
http://www.whsmith.co.uk/CatalogAndSearch/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=90000539

Met-Cast
What you need it for mate?

Well my landlord cant make up his mind to let me put up a blind or not which i use a projector screen, as he is not sure he wants holes in the wall. I told him i would make two holes and could fill them after, or what i would do is leave them there and purchase two pictures to hang from it when i leave.
I even offered to hang it from the ceiling as i could do it where it couldnt be seen and then fill them after. But he is being indecisive. Thus i buy some big paper and use double sided tape or similar to stick it up on the wall and thus no damage and gives me a better projection screen then yellowy wallpaper! :thumbsup:
#7
Probably cheaper to go with lining paper and a bit of emulsion tbh.

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