Thanks for the tip, but that idea would be far too risky and dirty for my personal needs. At a
thousand dollars a roll, and the possibility of a sheet being crinkled with a single minor mistake, I
need a more foolproof system. I'll cut a bunch a sheets in a session, store them in the safe, and
then if needed resize from the 30x40 sheets. I could also print 40x60 from the master roll, though
that would be stretching my current print storage capacity. When I work with color materials of
andy kind, everything gets swabbed down until I'll got a true cleanroom setting. These prints have
to be world class. Period. And if you've worked with polyester you already know it's a lot fussier
than handling RC paper.