May 15, 2014 ... But for short run magazines: where do you go for magazine paper? ... printing
companies—but not all—carry 60 lb gloss text weight in stock.
Somerset, an environmentally friendly semi gloss paper, is the perfect paper
stock for both catalog and magazine paper. Learn more!
Weight has not only an effect on the feel of the magazine (heavier paper will ...
Also- return card offset stock is usually run on a 75# uncoated stock to meet
Search on coated paper or photo paper? What kind of printer are you using, and
what resolution images ...
Descriptions of types of papers used in commercial full color printing including
gloss, uncoated, matte and dull text and cover weight stock and paper. ... (is the
thickness of a quality magazine page). 80# Gloss Text. Standard glossy paper ...
This is standard glossy paper stock, about as thick as a light magazine cover. The
shiny finish provides an excellent opaque base for rich process color printing.
Feb 18, 2014 ... For starters, let's take a look at paper weights, from lightest to ... Heavy Color
Coverage – Flyers, Brochures, Magazines, Booklets, Reports.
Explanation of paper types, paper stocks, finishings and paper density. ... 90 –
100 gsm – used for stationery, text for magazines and booklets, flyers and
brochures. ... Linen paper stock – This is a sensible paper characterized by a
subtle, calm ...
Printing paper used for magazines is defined by its finish, weight and grade. ...
Knowing the elements of paper, also referred to as "stock," helps you make the ...
Jun 9, 2014 ... Coated paper can be specified as a “gloss” finish or as a “matte, dull, silk, ... to
ordinary office paper, or the interior pages of a book or magazine. Using the term
“book weight” means you want a “coated stock” that is thinner.