Copy Paper Explained in Fewer than 140 Characters
Copy Paper is currently one of the most frequently used Stationery Products in any company. Some of the different options and characteristics are highlighted below – in an easily digested layout; as simple as a Tweet!
Copy Paper Types
Bond Paper – Strong & Durable
Gloss Coated Paper – High Shine
Matt Coated Paper – Opposite to Gloss
Recycled Paper - Re-used Paper Products
Silk Coated Paper - Interim between
Gloss and Matt Uncoated Paper – Found in most office printers
Watermarked Paper – Luxury & High Quality
Copy Paper GSM
Weight value of paper is measured in gsm (grams per square metre). The higher the gsm the better quality and feel of the paper.
Standard paper weights are between 75gsm and 100gsm for common business applications; photo paper is much higher and goes up to 280gsm in weight.
Glossy Copy Paper Gloss paper is typically used for flyers and brochures as it has a high shine. As the ink dries well there is no need for a seal varnish as the ink does not rub off.
Matte Copy Paper Matt paper is the opposite to gloss – it is coated with a matt finish to produce a paper that isn’t shiny, preventing glare. This type of paper is perfect for reports, flyers and leaflets.
Source credits http://www.officexpress.co.uk/paper-guide/
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