Matt Coated Art Paper
Matte paper has a light coating that provides a boost to the contrast to images but results in little glare. In the picture above, the matte coating did not provide much glare when the photo was taken. The matte coating provides a smoother presentation than an uncoated sheet, and softer than the appearance of a glossy sheet. Matte sheets are good for enhancing visual designs with a more subdued layout and color set without having a lot of glare which glossy coatings suffer from. Pen ink will not smear on the matte coating, which makes it the ideal choice for journals and calendars.
Art coated paper
Matt Coated Paper
As per requirement
Paper Box with Pallet
Paper for Printing
Kuanlang or OEM
Features of Matt Coated Art Paper
High surface intensity suitable for any kind famous brand of high-speed 4/6/8 colors offset printer;
Super surface coating, good surface smoothness, stable ink absorb-ability, low surface roughness, and rich printing dots, makes excellent printing result.
Good surface decoration feature assures excellent calendaring, hot-stamping, and laminating results.
Outstanding paper stiffness is strong support for carton laminating and die-cutting.
How To Make The Right Choice of Paper For Your Printing
It’s very important that the right choice of paper, or ‘stock’ as the printing industry terms it, is made that fits the type of print required. So how do you choose - let's start with an explanation of the different types generally available:
Coated paper – Coated paper has a coating applied, almost always made from china clay, which gives it that smooth finish. Most of the coated range is known as ‘art’ paper and is available in matt, silk, or gloss finish. You’ll notice that the majority of leaflets and flyers are printed on this type of stock as well as corporate brochures and promotional material.
Uncoated paper – Uncoated paper is overall more porous than coated and like the coated stock is available in a bewildering number of products. When litho printed the ink tends to soak in much more giving the feel that the ink is within the paper making colors and images softer and warmer - but the downside is they take much longer to dry.
As the name suggests this type of paper doesn’t have any coating and it feels slightly rougher to the touch than the smooth uncoated material. Typical use is for business stationery where a more modest look and feel is required. Recently, it has been increasingly popular for prestigious brochures and prospectus as it does have a superior quality feel. The basic finishes for uncoated paper are :
Laid paper–This is a textured premium quality paper with a textured pattern of parallel lines, similar to hand made paper. Generally used for business and corporate stationery.
Wove paper–is another high-quality paper with a uniform surface, not textured like laid paper.
Bond paper–is an economically uncoated wove product that is generally used for basic photocopying.
Images of Matte Coated Paper