A paper term used to describe a paper surface that has a somewhat rough, toothy finish which is relatively absorbent for fast ink penetration.
a relatively rough finish for fast ink penetration
Glare-free paper finish with a high degree of "tooth"--the ability to take pencil or crayon marks. An absorbent and fast-drying paper, ideal for jobs requiring no pattern background and little surface texture. Well-suited for halftone reproductions.
Uncoated paper that has been lightly calendered to create a uniform yet luxuriously tactile surface.
in papermaking, a toothy finish which is relatively absorbent for fast ink penetration.
toothy paper finish that absorbs ink quickly.
A slightly rough or " toothy" surface on a sheet of paper.
Relatively rough finish on uncoated paper.