Choosing the Right Paper for your Multifunction Photocopier!CopierEarth_Editor
Now a days, there are different paper styles optimized and engineered for a variety of uses. Paper you will purchase to load the copier in your office will be different than what you use to print photographs . Below are some facts to consider when selecting paper:
Brightness – The brightness of the page will affect the sharpness of your text and Images. It is measured using 0-100 scale, where 100 is the brightest. Most paper is around 90’s on this scale with less expensive copy paper coming around 92. Here at Copier Earth, our printing paper starts from 96 bright.
Shade – Describes the tone of your paper. Difference in tone will make your white tone look warmer or colder depending upon the balance of red and blue light they reflect. Paper is no different and the balance of your shade can make a big difference on how your print turns out.
Paper Dust – Yes believe it or not paper dust is a thing and it affects the performance of your multifunction photocopier. Lower quality paper generates more dust which can result in accumulation of debris on rollers and sensors. This accumulation can lead and quality issues.
Weight – Weight refers to the heaviness of each sheet of the paper . The weight is commonly measured in GSM which means grams per square meter. The weight of the paper influences both how your print looks and how the page itself feels. Standard paper weight works best for offices. A downside is that lighter paper does not stand well against heat when passing through fuser.
We have a large selection of paper here at Copier Earth.
Call us today @1800-591-Copy (2679) and we can help you in selecting the right paper that can help you in running smooth printing operations.