Uncoated papers, some of which are also laser-capable, are generally recommended for corporate identity printing. Most uncoated types can be printed with a traditional raster of no more than 150 lines per inch. This classic printing technique means that raster dots are still noticed by the naked eye, especially in the finer details. However, by using the Staccato screen, the subtle detail reproduction achieved in printing on coated paper can now also be approached on uncoated paper. Especially when printing gridded images and logos, and when printing notepads with fine graph lines, the Staccato grid technology offers an enormous quality advantage.
The application of dispersion varnish or machine seal on uncoated paper can have a negative effect on the drying of the printing ink, and we therefore advise against it.