Friday, 13 March 2015

Paper Types

Cast coated paper
Provides the highest gloss surface of all coated papers and boards
Labels, covers, cartons and card
Calendared or glossy paper
Paper that has gone through a glazing process – can be both coated and uncoated
Colour printing
Machine finished paper
Paper which has been finished on the papermaking machine and is smooth on both sides
Booklets and brochures
Lightweight coated
A thin, coated paper, which can be as light as 40 g/m2.
Magazines, brochures and catalogues
Matte finished paper
The relative roughness of the paper surface prevents light from being reflected. Can be both coated and uncoated
It is used in all kinds of high quality print work and is suitable for colour printing
Machine coated
Paper that has the coating applied whilst it is still on the paper machine
All types of coloured print
Silk or silk matte finished papers
Like matt finished coated paper the surface is smooth but without reflections, which means that it combines high readability with high image quality
Product Booklets and Brochures

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