One of the thinnest printable paper stocks (aka India Paper, or Bible paper). Has sufficient strength to sustain repeated usage and enough opacity to minimize ‘show-through’ from printing on the reverse side.
This uncoated text paper is lighter and thinner than office paper. It has a matte non-glossy surface with inks absorbed into the paper. Not recommended for heavy ink coverage. Paper price may vary depending on opacity and brightness.
High run magazines, catalogs, booklets, newsletters, coupon sheets, circulars, wrap
Uncoated paper with zero glare makes a perfect solution for books that have text and light-color images. With darker heavy ink, coverage may give a see-through effect. Рrices vary depending on brightness and opacity.
Light-weight paper used for high-run publications. It is unnoticeably thinner than Vogue magazine inner pages (55lb). Gloss coating is optimal for vibrant colors. Рrices vary depending on brightness and paper brand.
High Run Magazines, Catalogs, Booklets, Newsletters, Inserts, Coupons, Flyers
An ultra-thin semi-gloss paper with a soft sheen on both sides. The coating makes printed inks look deep and bright, while the non-reflective surface is convenient for reading. Printed inks may give a more glossy appearance to the paper.
Catalogs and magazines, sell sheets, coupon sheets, stickers, labels.
24lb Bond Wove or 60lb Text Uncoated Vellum or Eggshell paper with a slight tooth or texture and enough substance to withstand frequent handling. Thin. It may show through if printed two-sided. Brightness varies by the sellers.
letterheads, reports, menus, book pages, labels, stickers
60lb Dull paper has less coating than gloss paper. Appears “semi-gloss” or “light gloss” with enough coating to add thickness and smoothness to the paper. Has almost no glare and a very small sheen on printed areas. Thin enough to be used as wrapping material.