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  • Material: Paper
  • Tipo de acabado: Natural, Smooth
  • Embossing: Liso - LS
  • Size: 70x100
  • Color: Pizarra
  • Grammage: 120

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Greenluxe PCW100 Pizarra

Ref. BB0410804

There is nothing more satisfactory than giving paper a new lease of life: recycling it in the knowledge that the outcome will be infinitely better than the original version. This is Greenluxe PCW100, a paper with anti-fingerprint treatment with high tensile, abrasion and repainting resistance. A 100%-recycled range with an unprecedented level of quality and brightness of colour in recycled papers. A world of possibilities featuring eight colour alternatives and three grammages, devised ideally for packaging.


Hardcover Books
Printing and Graphic Design
Rigid Packaging

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Hot Foil Stamping
HP Indigo
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