• 10/11/2022
    What is the classification of label paper?

    Label paper can be divided into thermal paper, coated paper, PET/PVC/synthetic paper according to the material classification. Thermal paper: not waterproof, not oil proof, tearable. Carbon ribbons are not available. Coated paper: non-waterproof, non-oil-proof, tearable, with matte, plain and bright. PET/PVC/synthetic paper: waterproof, oil-proof, non-tearable, high-temperature resistant, abrasion-resistant, with matte, plain, and bright (different materials… <a class="more-link" href="https://blog.inbetter.com/what-is-the-classification-of-label-paper/">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text">What is the classification of label paper?</span></a>

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  • 09/10/2022
    Differences between thermosensitive synthetic paper and thermosensitive paper

    Thermal synthetic paper, also known as five proof thermal paper, is easy to preserve and save printing paper. Labels are not easy to be damaged in application, and their resistance to water and oil stains is also very high. But thermal paper is not so easy to solve these problems. Now let’s explain the difference… <a class="more-link" href="https://blog.inbetter.com/differences-between-thermosensitive-synthetic-paper-and-thermosensitive-paper/">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text">Differences between thermosensitive synthetic paper and thermosensitive paper</span></a>

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  • 29/09/2021
    Help you understand carbonless printing paper

    The public special printing paper is classified according to the size and the number of layers of the paper, such as 241-1 and 241-2, which respectively represent 1 and 2 layers of narrow-line printing paper, and of course there are 3 layers and 4 layers; Commonly used wide-line printing papers are 381-1, 381-2, etc. For… <a class="more-link" href="https://blog.inbetter.com/help-you-understand-carbonless-printing-paper/">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text">Help you understand carbonless printing paper</span></a>

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