Often referred to as copier or offset paper, this stock has no coating and allows ink absorption during the printing process. As the ink is absorbed by the various paper fibers, it diffuses the image and lessens contrast between colors, yielding a softer look and feel.
Uncoated paper means that the printed piece has not coated with UV Coating or Aqueous Coating during the finishing process.
Paper with no finish applied to it (either glossy or matte) to create a more porous printing surface.
Paper with no coating. Also called offset paper.
Uncoated paper is coated with UV Coating or Aqueous Coating during the finishing process when printed.
Paper that has not been coated. Also called offset paper.
not having a coating; "uncoated paper"
Paper with no china clay coating.
Paper with no surface treatment; the printing surface is the stock itself.
A paper without a mineral coating.
A term descriptive of paper to which no finish, glossy or matte, has been applied. Because no clay has been added, the paper has a more porous printing surface. Such paper is also termed offset paper. See also COATED PAPER EGGSHELL FINISH GLOSS FINISH CHINA CLAY MATTE OFFSET PAPER
Plain paper, not coated
Paper that is not treated as explained above. Most copier paper, laser printer paper and stationery is uncoated paper.
A stock that has no coating or varnish and allows ink absorption during the printing process. It is usually less expensive than coated stocks.
Paper that has not been coated. Nevertheless a given coated sheet can be made in a variety of finishes.
Paper Paper manufactured with no surface coating. There is a wide variety of grades and levels of quality among uncoated papers.
Paper with no coating on the surface