><< It comes in a 'not' surface in a range of weights up to 300 lb. It is a
buffered wood pulp paper with the lignins removed so it can be described
'wood free' !
>I will try to find it. Now that I have read it out loud a few times, it
>like I have seen it from some catalog somewhere. Now about the surface,
>that a typo there, or does it really come in a 'not' surface.
Smooth paper is run though hot rollers as it comes off the drum and is thus
hot pressed or 'hot'; paper which does not go throught the rollers is
slightly rougher and has a tooth and is known as not hot pressed or 'not'.
>And do you harden the size? With glyoxal or formaldehyde?
>Wow! This is impressive.
That is also what my students have been doing for many years.
I know that you do multiple coating/printing, so
>registration is not a problem w/o the hardening of the size? Is this
>applicable to Bockingford paper only or also to other paper that you have
Fabriano 5 or 'Classico' in the States, also works well. remember to use a
heavier weight paper, ie 300 gsm or 140 lb. The Fabriano paper is not
quite as tough however. I also use heavy ester base film that will resist
movement of the paper.