West Linn Inkjet Papers – Going Not Gone

By Elizabeth Gooding / Published:

A Good Inkjet Paper Is Hard to Find. Get It While It Lasts.

West Linn paper mill will be shutting its doors at the end of 2017. The industry loses the benefit of an excellent series of inkjet book papers and inkjet matte paper at a time when paper is cited by our members as the single biggest challenge in justifying and optimizing inkjet. Meanwhile, for those using West Linn, or wanting to stock up on a well-tested stock we’re providing information on availability of Sonoma inkjet matte and web inkjet book matte.

Papers are available in basis weights of 45#, 60# and 70#. Look them up on Paper Finder for more details. Below we’ve provided information on the remaining inventory of paper and the devices that the paper has been approved for (all for pigment ink). This inventory is based on information provided to Inkjet Insight on November 29th, 2017. If interested, please contact Pete Gettings at West Linn Paper: pgettings@wlinpco.com or call 312-961-5311

Once you run out of West Linn stock, we can help you find a comparable stock for your device. Good luck to all of our friends at West Linn in the future, wherever you may roam.

Remaining Inventory

West Linn Paper inventory

Device Compatibility

Sonoma Jet Paper approved devices

About the Author

Elizabeth Gooding


Elizabeth is the Editor and Co-founder of Inkjet Insight. She has a rare ability to see print related issues from many perspectives. She has managed creative teams on complex design projects, selected outsourcers for major brands and helped print organizations to retool operations, focus their market positioning and educate sales teams to accelerate growth. She works with a team of top analysts to translate experiences into tools, data and content to help print organizations evaluate the potential of inkjet, optimize their operations and grow pages profitably. She is a founding member of the Inkjet Summit advisory board, the co-author of an award-winning book on designing for inkjet and a curious consultant constantly seeking innovative ways to drive new pages onto inkjet presses.

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