Photo paper, also known as photographic paper, and inkjet printing paper, a kind of printing materials of traditional industry used to flush the photos, and later applied to the printing industry is referred to as the photographic paper. The photo paper is the preferred material for printing design renderings. Photo paper is divided into the following three categories:a. inkjet printing paper,including cast coated photo paper,swellable , micro-porous technology; b.Silver halide photo paper;c.Sublimation printing paper.
Yesion Photo Paper Glossy Photo Paper Glossy delivers a smooth, glossy finish for everyday photos with the look of true photographic prints. Ideal for creating brilliant photo quality color and life-like images. Print your own digital photos, reprints, contact sheets and enlargements.
we know RC photo paper have four types: glossy, satin, rough, woven. The characteristics: high brigtness, strong absorbency and waterproofness Cast coated
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.
Double-sided flat matte finish for detailed graphics and sharp text
Double sided matte paper is pressed upon on both sides for inkjet printing, and laser color. It is notable for its application for graphic arts, which gives the cascading effect, including printing business cards both on the front and on the back.
Card material no laminating inkjet printable pvc sheet is widely used for making individualized cards. Such cards have applications as student ID cards, employee ID cards, name badges, loyalty cards, club membership cards, business cards and access cards. IPPS is designed for printing applications using dye-based aqueous inkjet ink.
Sublimation is a great professional way to personalize shirts, coasters, puzzles, mousepads and more. It is similar to heat transfer, however it is a process where the image becomes an actual part of the item. Sublimation uses special paper, ink and polyester-coated items that all react with each other. When heated to high temperatures, sublimation ink turns into a gas and the pores of the polyester coated item open up allowing the gas to enter. Then, once removed from the heat the pores of the polyester item close up trapping the ink inside of the item. Sublimation items are smooth to the touch. You won't be able to feel any image outline if you run your fingers across the sublimated item. The color is so much more vibrant than the inkjet heat transfer paper.