The different types of paper materials for business cards

14 Pt C2S

This refers to a type of paper that is 14 points thick and has a coating on both sides (C2S stands for “coated two sides”). The coating provides a smooth and glossy finish, making it ideal for printing high-quality images and vibrant colors.

16 Pt C2S

Similar to 14 Pt C2S, this paper is 16 points thick and features a coating on both sides. The increased thickness makes it more durable and suitable for applications that require extra sturdiness, such as business cards or postcards.

14 Pt Uncoated

This type of paper is also 14 points thick but lacks the coating found in C2S papers. Uncoated paper has a more natural and rough texture, which can lend a tactile and organic feel to printed materials. It is commonly used for stationery, letterheads, and envelopes.

100# White Linen

This paper refers to a specific weight and finish. “100#” denotes the paper’s weight, indicating it is fairly heavy. “White Linen” describes the finish, which mimics the texture of linen fabric. This type of paper is often used for formal invitations, announcements, and high-end marketing materials.

16 Pt Matte

This paper is 16 points thick and has a matte finish. The matte finish lacks the shine and gloss of coated papers, providing a more subdued and refined appearance. It is commonly used for brochures, flyers, and business cards when a non-reflective and elegant look is desired.

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