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UNCOATED PAPER

MAKE SURE WHAT YOU SEE, IS WHAT YOU GET.

UNCOATED PAPER

MAKE SURE WHAT YOU SEE, IS WHAT YOU GET.

More and more people are choosing uncoated paper. It’s a beautiful and tactile experience, and when done well, gives an outstanding finished product.

While the benefits of this stock certainly outweigh the negatives, there is often confusion with customers about why the ‘before’ proofs don’t represent the finished product. So how do you make sure what you see is what you get when printing on uncoated paper?

Up until now, printers have struggled to produce proofs that represent the end result, meaning customers were, on occasion, surprised at the dot gain and ink saturation typical on this type of stock.

With our ongoing commitment to colour and quality standards, Printcraft took the initiative to tackle this problem head on. Investing in an additional proofing machine we were able to dedicate the resources to get this process right.

 Now our proofs are produced on uncoated paper, meaning what you see beforehand, is a direct representation of what the finished product will look like.

Check some of our earlier blog posts below about printing on uncoated paper.

  

printcraft. proofing on uncoated paper
printcraft. proofing on uncoated paper.

HOW TO LOOK GREAT ON UNCOATED PAPER

Before recommending an uncoated paper, we like to make sure customers know exactly what the finished product will look like and how to achieve the best results. Click on the image above to read the blog.

WHEN SHOULD MY PAPER GO NAKED?

Before recommending an uncoated paper, we like to make sure customers know exactly what the finished product will look like and how to achieve the best results. Click on the image above to read the blog.