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In our stationery range you will find both offset paper as well as bio (recycled) paper, both types of paper being suitable for laser printers. The printing can be both single and double-sided, so that this product can be used both for classical letterheads and for invoicing purposes where the conditions of sale are already printed on the back.
MAchine Coated or coated paper is paper that is provided with one or more thin coating layers during the paper production process. This gives the paper a shiny look and feel and can be printed better.
- Maco gloss (SAT) or satin
for printing with a shiny character
- Maco MAT
for a matte look
Standard paper, suitable for regular prints. Cheap at higher edition.
Uncoated prestige paper without wood, off-white, manufactured without optical bleaching agents.
A natural white, uncoated recycled paper or cardboard, made of 100% post-consumer used paper. FSC-certified, carries the EU eco-label and the Blue Angel logo. Indicates that you are interested in ecology and sustainable development.
Carbon paper is thin, solid paper with a layer of carbon powder. With carbon paper it is very easy to copy the text on a sheet of paper.
Printing technique using toners.
This technique is especially suitable for small runs and printed matter with a variable print (personalization).
If you are going to use the stationery in a laser printer, we advise you not to opt for 'digital' but for 'analogue'. Because the fuser of some laser printers gets too hot, it can happen that the toner part is released and so the stationery is contaminated. This is especially true when you print large numbers at the same time (and the fuser is heated for a long time). However, if you use an ink jet printer, then there is no problem. If there are large solid surfaces or heavy logos and photographs in the design, you should opt for the analogue printing technique.
With this printing technique, printing plates and inks are used.
Because of the printing plates and the start-up of the press, there is a higher start-up cost here. In contrast, an analog printing press can achieve higher speeds than a digital printing press, which makes this technique more suitable for larger runs. This printing technique makes the printing suitable for laser printers, LED printers and inkjet printers.