How well a particular sheet appears after the printing process in regards to ink receptivity, uniformity, smoothness, compressibility and opacity. It involves a complex interrelationship of many paper properties. Best methods for predicting printability are those which simulate actual printing conditions and which are reproducible from test to test.« Back to Glossary Index
Interactive Calendar Design: ‘The Next Journey’
This clever, interactive calendar transforms our love of paper into a multi-dimensional piece of...
Weekly Quiz: Darker-Than-Intended Printing is Caused by What?
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Wynn Las Vegas Stationery Set With Sculptured Emboss
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