Have been away from the Printmaking forum for a while, needed a little downtime to catch up on a few other things.
I just learned about a line of both machine and hand made papers from Awagami mills in Japan
although I am not a digital printmaker this caught my eye as it says it can also be used for both relief and etching in addition to digital.
I have been using Awagami bamboo paper recently for my relief block prints. Have not tried it for silkscreen but apparently it works well for any surface type printmaking. It is a nice weighty rag with a nice absorbant and smooth surface. The content is 70% bamboo and 30% recycled cotton linters added that will hold the bamboo fibers together. It is acid free. I love how it stays put on my printing board pin system and will not shift at all so getting very nice exact registration. In the main Awagami website they have a list of all the retailers worldwide who sell their products.
Here is a photo of an earlier linocut I decided to print on the bamboo paper using Graphic Chemical water based printing ink (new glycol base). I like this ink as it behaves like an oil but just washes away easily off brayer and block with water or wipe with a damp sponge and some dish soap. No odor either and although it has a really nice open time on the inking slab dries within hours on paper.