Impossible to copy

G-Print and G-Print Smooth are woodfree coated papers with great properties such as high bulk, stiffness and opacity. The versatility of G-Print makes it suitable for most standard print jobs. Due to the unique benefits of G-Print, there are five applications in particular where G-Print performs very well: maps, books, magazines, direct mailings and posters. All G-Print standard products are available as FSCTM and PEFC certified.

Which one do you choose?

has been around since 1975 and is today a true favourite among printers. When excellent runnability, readability and a pronounced paper feel are the most important selection criteria, our recommendation is G-Print. It's a paper with a non-reflecting surface and with a bulk and stability that add tactile qualities. For extra bulk, stiffness and paper feel, choose G-Print.

G-Print Smooth
is a wood-free coated paper for productions where excellent printability in combination with high bulk is needed. The super-smooth surface gives excellent detail, contrast and colour – allowing for screen rulings up to 200 lpi – while you retain bulk and paper feel. For demands on quality reproduction of high-resolution images, choose G-Print Smooth.


Six reasons to use G-Print

The G-Print sheet is stiff, due to the high fibre content. This makes for excellent runnability and stability in the finished print product.

The low-reflecting surface of a G-Print sheet provides perfect readability without disturbing light reflexes.

Paper feel
Fibre content is high and the coating is applied thin. Unlike other coated papers, G-Print offers warm, pleasant tactile qualities.

Image reproduction
High-resolution images are reproduced in lifelike colour, good contrast and sharp hairlines, as a result of the unique coating technology. Screen size up to 175 lpi without repro adjustment.

G-Print makes a strong sheet, resulting in outstanding folding endurance and high performance in the post-treatment process.

Many factors contribute to the production-friendliness of G-Print. To name a few: the consistent technical quality, the fine base paper that ensures dimensional stability and the stiffness of the sheet that gives precision in the register.