Xerox Introduces Custom Paper Offerings For Graphic Communication Professionals
Press release from the issuing company
Xerox Corporation has recently added four new custom paper offerings to its supplies portfolio:
Xerox Digital Color Supreme Gloss Coated Textured Paper- Available in canvas, linen and silk, each paper provides vibrant color reproductions that can be used for a variety of graphic arts applications, including stationery, invitations and greeting cards.
Xerox Custom Laser High Gloss Folding Board Paper- This custom stock is an ultra glossy, cast-coated finish, one side paper with exceptional smoothness. Custom LHG Folding Board paper is ideal for all types of packaging applications from folding cartons, software, computer and gaming packaging, cosmetic packaging to trading cards. This heavy-weight stock is very durable, and the lack of backside coating allows for easy application of adhesive for mounting, laminating or coating.
Xerox Uncoated Textured Linen Paper- Providing customers with a formal and structured linen backdrop for their professional needs, this precisely crafted custom stationery is perfect for decorative artwork, invitations, photographs, greeting cards and business cards.
Xerox Translucent Bond Paper- A semi-transparent, non-porous 40lb. bond paper, has a look and feel similar to that of vellum. There are four colors available that are suitable for any application, adding character to graphic designs. This product is available in cut sheets of various sizes, with additional features such as hole-punches and perforations.
These unique supply offerings are available through Xerox’s custom supply ordering process. To contact a custom supplies sales representative please call 1-800-572-3273. These products join the recently launched line of office and professional uncoated papers – Xerox Business 4200, Business Plus (formerly Xerox Pro-White), Color Xpressions + and Graphic Xpressions.
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