- Fancy paper
Fancy paper or fancy paper is a type of paper with distinctive characteristics and consists of various colors. There are 3 types of fancy paper that are commonly used according to their patterns and physical characteristics, namely: plain fancy paper, textured fancy paper and Vanguard fancy paper. You can also find millennium types, jasmine, java emboss, Hawaii and others. The various grammages range from 80gsm, 100gsm, 220gsm, and 300gsm to make this fancy paper used as a greeting card, architectural mockup, or handicraft.
- Art Paper
Art paper has a smooth and shiny characteristic on the surface so it is not suitable for writing. The paper used for book covers, magazines and calendars has a choice of 85gsm, 100gsm, 115gsm, 120gsm, and 150gsm.
- Art Carton
This type has the same surface as the Art Paper type, and the only difference is the thickness, which is between 1g0gsm, 210gsm, 230gsm, 260gsm, 310gsm, 350gsm and 400gsm. This type of paper is commonly used for printing business cards, book covers, brochures, folders and much more.
Corrugated paper is a type of corrugated paper with a different thickness level depending on the weight of the object stored in it. For example, corrugated which is used as a refrigerator storage box will consist of three layers, while for lighter objects, only one layer is sufficient.
To give an idea of the duplex, you can imagine boxes of medicine packaging or sachet beverage packaging boxes. One side is white and the other side is gray with grammes ranging from 250gsm, 270gsm, 310gsm, 350gsm, 400gsm, 450gsm, and 500gsm.
- Samson Kraft
This type of paper comes from a recycled process and has a distinctive brown color. This type of paper is widely used for paper bags or letter envelopes. The grammar that is often used is 70gsm and 80gsm 150gsm, and 220gsm. The thicker the kraft paper, the stronger the durability. If you’ve seen cement paper, it’s a perfect example.
- Board paper
Board Paper is thick paper that is very stiff. Usually only brown and yellow are available. This type of bard paper is actually included in the cardboard group, with a thickness that varies from 0.4 mm to the thickest one is 4.3 mm. Board Paper is commonly used as a book cover material.