Wood-free coated papers with a special triple-sided coating containing mainly pigments and adhesives. They are the most common group of papers used for full-color printing. Coated papers are primarily intended for printing flyers, posters, books, and magazines. Coated papers have a closed surface on which the color dries superficially. By almost not absorbing the color, the paper allows for a very clear and contrasting image. Coated papers also allow for very precise color rendering (matching print with source data).
Untreated recycled paper with 100% recycled fiber material, made without the use of optical brighteners. Ecoline paper stands out for its natural appearance with a surface without unwanted reflections, ideal for printing texts and image publications. It is FSC® and Blue Angel certified.
Brown kraft cardboard is a type of cardboard that provides increased product durability and is suitable for making shipping boxes or packaging for fragile items. The surface of the cardboard is coated with a special coating that ensures excellent print quality, is pleasant to the touch, and has good water resistance. This packaging material is used to make boxes for various household products, electrical products, and more. Due to its structure and composition, the cardboard is very strong and stable. Usage: design eco-packages for ready-made meals, cakes, pastries, fast food (burgers, nuggets, fries), frozen pizza, strawberries, herbs, cereals, pasta, cosmetics, perfumes or hygiene products.
- Eco-friendly. Kraft paper decomposes faster.
- Wear resistance. Kraft paper is denser and can withstand higher loads.
- Moisture resistance. Kraft paper absorbs moisture more slowly.
Postcard cardboard PRIMCARD - wood-free single-sided coated cardboard. It has a high smoothness of both sides and is ideal for postcards.
You can create your own graphics in your professional editor. For this purpose, download a ready-made template in the corresponding format, which can be opened and edited in your editor. Remove all elements of the template from the resulting print file.