Filling the need for paper that shows fiscal and environmental responsibility, Finch Paper (NY) introduces new Finch Casa Opaque Digital here at the On Demand Conference and Exposition (booth # 2620). Finch Casa Opaque Digital printed samples are at the booth, and the paper will be available to order through the company's distribution network in mid-April, 2009.
Finch Casa Opaque Digital is a recycled digital paper, boasting 30% post-consumer fiber and FSC certification. Finch Casa Opaque Digital is a consistent performer for color and b&w digital printing on systems including Canon imagePress, Kodak Nexpress and Xerox copiers.
Finch Casa Opaque Digital is an extremely smooth, uncoated paper available in 60, 70, and 80 lb. text and 80 lb. cover, and comes with Finch Paper's Digital Performance Guarantee.
Meeting Green Standards Affordably
"Government and university in-plants lead the list of printers looking for a digital house paper that meets a high environmental standard at an affordable price," says Anthony McDowell of Finch Paper. "Finch Casa Opaque Digital uniquely fills this market gap." Finch Casa Opaque, stocked for both offset and digital presses, is made in the USA with 30% post-consumer fiber, earning both FSC and SFI certification, and is made with 66% renewable energy.
Finch Paper's Hallmark Quality
Finch uncoated digital papers are bright, smooth and run clean. These high-performance papers, garnering the highest ratings possible by institutions such as Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), feature FSC-certified and recycled choices with a crisp, substantial feel.
The debut of Finch Casa Opaque Digital is second in a series of digital paper developments in the queue for this year. The company premiered Finch Fine iD 130 lb. Double Thick Cover at last month's Dscoop4 conference for HP users in Orlando.
For more info, go to http://www.finchpaper.com.