Papermaking and printing are age old crafts, and there are many secrets behind the perfect paper. Let us guide you through the amazing world of paper and printing.
Learn more about paper production in this step-by-step guide with infographics and videos.
12 april, 2021
In this artice we will take a closer look at LWU, LWC, MWC, WF, and WC, and sort out what these terms stand for.
13 september, 2023
It is a common misconception that woodfree paper is made without wood
6 oktober, 2023
Book paper from sustainably managed forests has its advantages, and there's a lot more to know.
23 november, 2020
Read about the quality aspects you need for defining the right paper grade to do your magazine justice.
Catalogues and direct mail have to earn their attention. Here's how to buy paper for your important printed solutions.
There are several reasons why corrugated cardboard is the best paper for boxes. It's lightweight ...
2 november, 2023
Components to know about when lightweighting your containerboard and lowering the CO2 emissions from packaging.
3 oktober, 2022
How to test containerboard tensile strength, short span compression and more.
10 november, 2022
Print + digital = an introduction to different printing techniques.
9 november, 2018
Print profiles determine how colours are printed on a specific paper. With the right ICC profile, you can achieve great results.
17 mars, 2022
From paper tissues to newspapers, packages, paperbacks and magazines – paper is one of the most frequent everyday items.
13 september, 2022
There is a lot to think about in the world of paper - here is a quick guide to the universal language of paper.
8 november, 2018
Bulk is an important key to how your final publication will be. Take a moment to read about it.
Images can look great on uncoated papers, you just need to find the balance: keeping details in the dark areas and good contrast.
Understanding how colours behave and should be managed during the prepress and printing processes, is crucial for the end result.
22 mars, 2021
Paper comes in many variations. Let’s have a look at the differences and how they will affect your printed product
Your customer has created a great magazine, now it's up to you. To achieve great print results on uncoated paper, you need to:
When an image in RGB is printed in CMYK there is a risk that colours might change. Here is some information that tells you why.
Expanding an image over the first spread of a magazine is a great way to create impact. Here are a few tips to help you succeed.
Linting is an umbrella term for printing problems caused by the paper web bringing loose material into the press.
Sometimes the paper in the printed magazine or folder becomes wavy. What causes it and how can you prevent it from happening?
There are a number of adjustments you can do to minimize the risk of blocking in the printing process and during stacking.
The problem of missing dots simply means that there are small areas of the paper surface that have not been printed.