Choice Coats

Not all two-side stocks are coated alike. Most have better printability and consistency on one side or another, which on press, results in unevenness in color and gloss. This is why one side of a sheet is typically preferred when a job requires high-quality graphics and color. But if both sides require the same high-quality graphics and color, significant press adjustments are required, creating press downtime, inefficient use of labor and wasted press sheets.

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