At Black Pig Print we offer over 20 distinctive kinds of paper with varied thicknesses. The various paper types vary in their finish, thickness, opacity, and whiteness.
Coated Art Paper
Grammage (thickness) available in – 90 gsm – 115 gsm – 135 gsm – 170 gsm – 250 gsm – 350 gsm
Finish: matt coated or gloss coated.
We accomplish the very best flyer printing Manchester & Cheshire based results with coated art paper, known as such due to the fact the surface is manufactured with a coating or bonding agent. All paper is initially matt following coating. To achieve the glossy effect, after that it is subjected to a press, that smoothes the paper utilising 2 high-pressure rollers. This gives paper a really silky, strong surface that not simply can feel terrific, but at the same time will allow for far better print quality. The colours are absorbed significantly less and look vivid.
If the flyers have to be printed on heavier coated art paper, we provide premium cardboard at 400 gsm, that is just offered in matte. Our coated art paper is PEFC-certified.
Offset Printing Paper
Grammage (thickness) available in – 80 gsm – 90 gsm – 100 gsm – 120 gsm – 350 gsm – 400 gsm
Finish: uncoated matt
We use a different kind of paper for offset printing. Offset uncoated paper has an intensive 164 CIE whiteness. Made 100% from cellulose it’s actually writable. The offset paper up to 100 gsm may be used for printing using a home printer.
Premium Specialised Papers
The Chamois paper range makes use of more organic colours, providing your flyer printing a naturally sophisticated impact in creamy white. If you want to make your printed flyers more refined select bright white paper at 115/350 gsm, with smooth, velvet surface.
Our range of premium paper is includes the Linen finish at 130 or 350 gsm and Ribbed at 120 or 350 gsm). Your printed flyers will have a “unique to the touch” with an stylish linen or ribbed finish.
Eco-friendly Recycled Paper
Recycled paper is an eco-friendly alternate. Our recycled paper at 80 and 300 gsm is Blue Angel accredited and boasts exceptional 133 CIE whiteness. This paper is manufactured 100% out of reprocessed paper and has a natural, moderately coarse surface.