26 Jan Properties of Paper
The properties of each paper vary depending on printing types. The basic requirement for printing is the ink used. paper is to stay on top of it. To achieve this, it is important that the papers are not damaged during printing and that their fibers are more durable than the dye core. The durability of a paper becomes even more important in multi-color printing. If the printing machine is single or multi-unit, the paper can pass through the machine 4 or 8 times depending on the number of colors of the print. During these transitions, paper should not lose its properties.
The quality of the paper is determined by the substances contained in it. Papers that do not contain glue get damp quickly and rot. However, it is necessary to provide certain limits to the paper's ability to absorb the paint. When printing on highly absorbent papers, the dye appears from the reverse side. When more than one dye is applied, color tone changes and misalignment occur. When the amount of ink cannot be increased due to printing, color saturation cannot be achieved in the printed images.