Yesion matte photo paper

Yesion 108gsm 128gsm matte photo paper

Matte paper has a more muted feel to it. This can be used to great effect in designs with a light or pastel color scheme, and in designs with a great deal of text on it. Because matte paper changes less under the light, they also have more of a “flat” feel than gloss sheets.

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Specifications

 
Matte Photo Paper Technical Data     
Gram weight (gsm) 108 128 180 200 230
Base paper weight(gsm) 100±3.5 120±4.2 165±5.8 185±6.5 215±7.5
Coating weight (gsm) 6-10 6-10 6-10 6-10 6-10
relative error for garms 3-4 4-5 6-7 7-8 8-9
relative error for size(mm) ±0.8 ±0.8 ±0.8 ±0.8 ±0.8
 Whiteness 100.5
 Crimp Ratio ≤5mm
Size(sheet) A3 A4
Size( Roll) 12" 17" 24" 36" 42" 50" ×30m/50m
Printer All inkjet printer such as Epson/Canon/HP/Kodat/Lexmark etc.
Ink Dye ink and Pigment ink
Lamination No
Application Covers and illustrations for printing books,color picture card, a variety of fine goods advertising,
samples, merchandise packaging, trademarks,ect..
Waterproof Yes (a few drops of water on the paper and wipe them ,it won't affect the picture)
Feature 1.Matt Coated Inkjet Papers are high quality, coated matt papers with a high white homogeneous surface.
2.They provide an economical choice for printing photographic images for shortterm indoor displays as well as architectural or CAD graphics.
3.The heavier weight 180gsm product benefits from the extra thickness as it minimises show-through and allows for high ink.

The differences in manufacturing matte and glossy paper

The two paper types look and feel different to the touch, but they’re actually manufactured in a very similar manner. Believe it or not, matte paper uses the same chemical coating as gloss paper.

Gloss paper simply has more of the coating applied than matte paper. You can think of matte paper as a “semi-gloss” or a “light gloss”—it has enough of a coating to add thickness and smoothness to the paper, but not enough to reflect paper under the light.

Fun fact: gloss paper is very slightly thinner than matte paper, even though they’re the same weight. For example: if you print booklets on matte and glossy paper, they’ll weigh the same amount on the scale. However, the glossy booklets are denser, and ever-so-slightly thinner.

Factors when choosing between matte and glossy paper for printing

The biggest factor when you choose between matte and glossy paper is the kinds of content that you’re printing. How many photographs, graphic designs/illustrations, and articles of text do you have in your prints?

Glossy paper is shinier—this makes the color in your images “pop” on the sheet. The extra shine works well on print files with heavy color coverage, especially photographs and big graphics. This effect also gives the color on the prints look like they have higher contrast.

Matte paper has a more muted feel to it. This can be used to great effect in designs with a light or pastel color scheme, and in designs with a great deal of text on it. Because matte paper changes less under the light, they also have more of a “flat” feel than gloss sheets.

 


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