Finch Paper has added 14- and 16-pt. heavy covers to its Finch Fine iD digital line, already known as one of the best performing and most affordable uncoated papers for HP Indigo and other dry-toner color digital production presses. Finch Fine iD is photo-certified and three-star rated (best performing) by the RIT Printing Applications Laboratory.
Finch Fine iD produces unmatched value and benefits including increased color densities, 100% ElectroInk adhesion, and superb resistance to blanket memory. Optimized for HP Indigo presses and dry-toner color digital production presses and copiers, Finch Fine iD boasts total, immediate image transfer with maximum total area coverage, generating vibrant color, detail and contrast for the most demanding print jobs.
Phil Hart, Director of Product Marketing, Finch Paper, says that the new heavy covers, in contrast to laminated, double-thick covers that tend to curl, will lay flat through feeding and binding processes. He says, "Finch Fine iD heavy covers are ideal for clients looking for 14-pt. and 16-pt. cards that deliver performance and affordability.
"We are essentially offering printers the heaviest paper these presses will accommodate, and making them easier to handle."
Finch Fine iD - a fine choice
Finch Fine iD is the trusted name for crisp, professional four-color printing -- from newsletters, brochures, proposals, calendars and note cards, to variable data marketing, business cards and letters, and more.
As with all of Finch's uncoated digital papers, Finch Fine iD is super smooth and bright, and features several great environmental attributes, including 10 percent recycled fiber and FSC- and SFI-certifications. A vertically integrated mill, Finch Paper practices environmental sustainability to ensure environmental integrity, while its variety of optimized sizes allow for collaborative solutions, flexibility and just-in-time delivery.