In the printing world, we refer to what we can use with our paper as “applications”. Applications are examples of the ways that you can use a material as a finished, printed piece. So, let’s have a look at how you can use laminate paper.
Paper/film/paper is a smart choice for its durability. This water-resistant, tear-resistant laminate prints and converts like traditional papers while offering comparable durability to synthetic papers. Marketers, designers, and print professionals have a new choice with this diverse substrate, which offers the best of both worlds.
The Primary Benefits of Laminated Printing
Durable papers are papers and paperboards that have undergone specific methods such as coating or laminating to achieve enhanced, crisp graphics and embossing effects.
As most paper is made from trees, a typical piece of paper is composed mostly of cellulose wood fibers. These fibers are reinforced and fused by strong hydrogen bonds.
Water resistant paper refers to paper products that are designed to withstand incidental or light contact with water. These products can be used in wet or outdoor environments. Water resistant papers will survive light contact with water, but they are not waterproof. However, these products can be designed in a way that gives them comparable qualities to synthetic waterproof papers.
Topics: Waterproof paper
Printers are turning to durable laminate paper for its waterproof, tear-resistant qualities. Could it work for some of your applications?
Paper/film/paper is a smart choice for its durability and environmental advantages. This water-resistant, tear-resistant laminate prints and converts like traditional papers while offering comparable durability to synthetic papers. Marketers, designers, and print professionals have a new choice with this diverse substrate, which offers the best of both worlds.
To help you learn more about paper laminates, here are the answers to frequently asked questions.
PaperTyger, a leader of high quality, technologically advanced, cost competitive, durable papers now offers law labels that: “shall be of white vellum cloth, or a cloth or Tyvek of comparable quality which will not flake out when abraded”, subject to rule of the Ohio Administrative Code. This is thanks to recent approval by the Division of Industrial Compliance that found PaperTyger’s materials to be of “comparable quality” to those expressly authorised above. Consequently, PaperTyger product F5066 is an authorised material for mattress law label production.
What is a law label?
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