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ChromaLuxe Textured Aluminum Photo Panel White - 49in x 97in, Min. Order & Crating Fee apply

New textured aluminum is an exciting addition to the ChromaLuxe line. With the durability and vibrancy you’ve come to expect from ChromaLuxe, but with an alternative look that you can actually feel!

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Brand: ChromaLuxe

SKU: 4874
Price: $288.50 ($8.74 / SQ. FT.)
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ChromaLuxe has added an exciting new option to its line of products with the introduction of Textured Metal Prints. The unique ChromaLuxe textured finish gives photographers and artists yet another opportunity to present their images at the highest level. The new surface provides an alternative look and feel along with the durability and features that are synonymous with the ChromaLuxe name.


Unique look and feel added to images

Consistent texture across panels

Glare and fingerprint resistant

Highly durable and easy to clean


Portrait and landscape photography

Wall décor and wall coverings

Fine art reproductions

Commercial and residential applications

Technical Specifications

Ink Type Dye-Sublimation
Color White
Finish Textured
Material Aluminum
Media Type Rigid Substrate
Width 49 in
Length 97.045 in
Units 1 Panel
Color White
Edge Loyalty Points Multiplier 1x Edge Points
Finish Textured
Textured Aluminum
Heat Press Ideal settings for sublimating Textured Aluminum are 385°F/195°C, with 60-70 PSI and a dwell time starting around 2 minutes. This recipe is only a general starting point and will vary based on equipment, location, etc.
Sublimation Paper Ensure your paper weight is at least 105gsm. A heavier paper will hold more ink and in turn provide better ink coverage on your print.
Image Configuration If adjusted heat press settings and a heavier sublimation paper does not deliver outstanding results, it will be worthwhile to look at your current ICC profile or image configuration. It may improve image quality by adjusting the magenta and total ink settings within your RIP software.