Cast coated paper refers to paper dried under pressure against a heated, polished cylinder to produce a high-gloss enamel finish.
A paper that is coated and then pressure-dried using a polished roller which imparts an enamel-like hard gloss finish.
Paper or board that is coated by allowing the coating to harden while in contact with a chromium-polished surface. Cast coated papers are the glossiest of all coated papers.
A paper, the coating of which is allowed to harden or set while in contact with a finished casting surface.
Cast coated paper is a method of coating paper produced through drying under pressure by passing between heated chromium plated metal rollers, which both dry and polish the surface. Cast coating produces a high mirror gloss finish on the paper.
A very, very high gloss stock which allows for ink used to be very glossy