The durability of PaperTyger is a result of a patented paper/film/paper laminating process that provides the toughness of a synthetic sheet with the benefit of an uncoated paper printing surface. Read on to discover 3 reasons why you should buy our durable paper.
The PaperTyger and HP Indigo partnership means cost-effective for short-run and custom business, offering a unique enterprise that provides flexibility and ease of use with a durable substrate on printing projects while maintaining a fast turnaround.
Chase Durable Paper Products, known primarily for the PaperTyger range of high quality, technologically advanced laminated papers with a focus on cost consciousness is manufactured in the USA by one of the world’s leading proponents of laminating technology, Chase Corporation.
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“Synthetic Papers” are referred to as that because they’re totally plastic. They’ve taken the place of paper in various applications because paper isn’t durable enough. PaperTyger, on the other hand, is an alternative to synthetic paper. An alternative that offers comparable durability with significant advantages. Read on to find out more.
So, if it isn’t synthetic, what is it?
With advances in technology introducing contactless smart cards and passports, there has been a rise in concern about RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) theft. Without RFID shielding, thieves could steal your information and either use it to generate fake payments or for other scams. So, does your application require RFID protection? Here we look at the realities of RFID theft and whether you need to consider it.
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.
Did you know that PaperTyger durable papers positively contribute to a wide range of applications? Here we look at 3 significant advantages of PaperTyger products that prove why.
In the paper industry we come across lots of references to waterproof and water-resistant materials. The big question is: What’s the difference? Let’s take a closer look at the differences between the two terms and what is best suited for your application.