A paper coating which is allowed to harden or set while in contact with a finishing surface. In general, cast-coated papers usually have a high gloss finish.
This is a paper, the coating of which is allowed to harden or set while in contact with a finished casting surface.
Paper or board that is coated by allowing the coating to harden while in contact with a chromium polished surface. This results in a patent leather-like gloss. Cast coated papers are the glossiest of all coated papers.
Cast-coated papers are coated papers that have obtained their high gloss by moulding on a highly polished, chromium plated drying cylinder.
A coated paper with high gloss and absorptivity in which the coating has been allowed to harden or set while in contact with a mirror-like polished chrome surface.
a coated paper that is dried against a rotating chrome surface while wet to generate a highly polished gloss surface.
High gloss, coated paper made by pressing the paper against a polished, hot, metal drum while the coating is still wet.
High-gloss coated paper and paperboard with surface characteristics produced by allowing applied coating to harden while in contact with surface of steam-heated, high-polished, chrome-plated drum.