THE UNCOATED PAPER

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THE UNCOATED PAPER
The uncoated papers, unlike what it may seem, are not the cheapest paper, but they cost slightly higher than the coated papers.The uncoated papers allow a good yield on the section (the section is a drawing made with sharp and crisp lines and devoid of shading, such as, for example, the drawings executed in ink) and, consequently, on the printing character.
This makes them particularly suitable for text-only books like novels or products with a few images. In fact when printing photographs the cards of this type tend to “knead” the image, causing the loss of color transitions. In recent times it has uncovered uncoated papers so refined as to allow the use of color with a good yield.

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