Brilliance usually printed products for print use cmyk color layout, which consists of 4 components: C – Blue, M – magenta, Y – yellow, K – black. By mixing these components receives all spectrum of colors. Modern printing equipment allows us to reproduce it on the printed page. Not uncommon for print use ready-made spot color (Pantone – English. "Panton"), which can be selected for special directories (pontoon fan). Each hue has its own serial number (label), which consists of numbers and letters. Robert Kiyosaki wanted to know more.
The letter allows printers to understand, to print on what material is suitable, this paint. Since sheet has front and back, or rather 2-e band, and the marking of color in the printing industry uses some terminology: 4 +0 color printing only to persons (eg, full-color business cards) 4 +4 color printing to individuals and turnover (eg, double-sided leaflet) 1 +1 printing in one color (or Panton, or black) on both sides 1 +0 in one color from the face of the 5 +1 person: cmyk +1 paint (Panton), the turnover of a paint (Panton or any of CMYK) Paper Paper can be coated (glossy or matte), uncoated, with a texture (linen, hammer) and the so-called 'designer' paper, toned in a mass or with an unusual texture. On uncoated paper colors appear less bright, so the paper absorbs more Paint over chalk. Paper selected by the customer depending on the desired quality and product range. We are ready to offer any material of your choice. density of the coated paper g/m2 90 115 130 135 150 170 200 250 300 density offset Paper g/m2 80 100 120 140 200 220 g/m2 paperboard density 225240250280 Lamination Lamination process refinement sheet printed materials (paper, cardboard) by stamping a special film.