A low-gloss or non-gloss finish. A UV-curable clear coat may also be used to produce a matte or textured finish.
An unmelted tin coating having a dull appearance.
A dull finish given to paper or board that is characterized by an absence of gloss or luster. This quality of paper does not reflect light as completely as a glossy finish. However, a matte finish paper is often preferred to a glossy finish paper because it matches the light-absorbing characteristics of laser printer text. Coated paper, which receives a minimum of calendering, has a matte finish. See CALENDERING GLOSSY FINISH
very little or no gloss on the paper surface as a result of coating without, or with very limited, supercalendering
Lamp or fixture surface finish producing a diffuse, lightly textured dull reflection.
Matte coated papers have little or no gloss, and range from 0 to 20 on the gloss scale. They have been prime coated with a thicker weight than applied to regular dull coated papers, but the coat weight per basis weight is less. Generally, the basis weight of these papers is 25" x 38"-50 lb. And 60 lb. With 45 lb. In some demand. Matte coated papers are suitable for all types of lithographic reproduction. (See dull coated, suede paper).
A coated finish paper with less shine or gloss.
dull finish on coated paper, lacking gloss or luster
having a dull surface; not shiny or reflective.
Paper with a dull, nonglossy finish.
A non-shinny finish on glass that creates wonderful effects with the absorption of light.
The non-glossy appearance resulting from being an uncoated sheet of paper, or from coating without supercalendering; the least glossy paper surfaces available.
a standard sanded finish with no sheen
a typical sanded finish with no sheen
A finish with low gloss. With respect to coated box paper, a finish with a gloss test less than 55%.
A finish with no gloss.
a specified roughened or textured surface on flatrolled steel
A low-gloss finish, with little reflective quality.
Having a dull surface; not shiny. A matte surface has a low level of reflectivity.
A dull glazed finish applied to chrome-tanned leather.
A non-gloss surface appearance.
An un-melted tin coating having a dull appearance.
A more uniform surface finish imparted to the sheet surface by temper rolling with shot-blasted rolls.
A non-reflective finish that is achieved by using a chemical or abrasive material to scratch the top layers of a piece of jewelry. Sometimes referred to as a "brushed" or "satin" finish.
A non-shiny finish made by grinding, sandblasting, or exposing the surface to fumes of hydroflouric acid. See Frosting.
A dull finish sometimes used for photo prints. (cf. glossy print)
Matte finish, also known as a brushed or satin finish, is typically a texturing technique used on jewelry metals where a series of tiny lines are scratched on the surface with a wire brush.
A paper surface without a high gloss.
A textured finish produced by brushing the metal surface to produce tiny parallel lines. Today it is popularly used in platinum jewelry, and sometimes referred to as satin finish.
Flat paper finish with out gloss or luster.
A dull finish. A surface that has very little shine or light reflection.
A low gloss, or dull, clear top coat found on some wheels.
Slightly dull finish on coated lightly calendered paper.
A finish on the wallpaper or border that has very little shine or reflective qualities. Often referred to as a "dull" finish.
Dull paper or ink finish.
Dull paper finish without gloss or ust re.
Coated papers with little or no gloss. A matte coated sheet is often specified when the printed pages will contain a lot of type, since the low gloss makes for easier reading.
A coated paper finish that goes through minimal calendaring. Reference, calendaring.
Dull paper finish without gloss or luster. ()
Coated papers with little or no gloss, ranging from 0-20 on the gloss scale.
Flat (not glossy) finish on coated paper resulting from very little calendering, slightly rougher than dull.
Having a dull surface finish, not shiny. (See gloss.)
Flat (not glossy) finish on photographic paper or coated printing paper.
A matte finish on a metal's surface is a soft, lustrous finish that reduces the metal's reflectivity.
A coated paper finish that gives paper a flat non glossy look
A surface which displays no gloss when observed at any angle.
A finish that's more flat than shiny.
A paper term used to describe a flat paper surface finish that is without gloss or lustre.
A dull finished surface created by sandblasting, stone finishing or brushing.
A lusterless or flat surface appearance, as opposed to the shiny appearance of a glossy finish.
A type of surface or coating that is dull, without gloss or luster.
Jewelry which has a non-reflective metal surface is referred to as having a matte finish as opposed to jewelry that is highly polished. The surface will appear frosted, uniformly scratched or brushed and is created using various techniques including a chemical processes, sand blasting, tumble polishing or created by hand using abrasives.
a paper surface having a level, smooth coat exhibiting little or no gloss.
An even-toned, non-shiny surface quality.
Dull paper finish that has no gloss.
is a dull, flat finish
A flat or dull finish.
A dull finish. A deglossed surface.
Paper stock with a satin finish as opposed to a high gloss.
An unmelted tin coating which has a dull appearance.
A satin finish on plated jewelry that does not have the reflective quality of bright plated goods.
A non-glossy finish.
A paper surface without a gloss or luster finish.
Low sheen paint finish.
nbspA dull finish. A deglossed surface.
A low gloss (no gloss) finish.
A type of paper that is dull, or without any gloss or luster.
(Steel) Not as smooth as normal mill finish. Produce by etched or mechanically roughened finishing rolls.
A dull finish. A de-glossed surface. A UV-curable clear coat may also be used to produce a matte or textured finish.
In printing paper - a dull finish without any gloss or luster. In photography - a color or black and white paper with low gloss or luster which is most ideal for retouching.
A dull or grit surface appearance achieved by rolling on rolls which have been roughened by mechanical, chemical, or electrical means to various degrees of surface texture.