How Smart Papers Work
How Smart Papers Work
In addition to enabling multiple finishing and printing processes, smart papers are 100% recyclable and FSC-certified. As a result, they eliminate the need for additional processes or plastics. They are the perfect choice for any brand looking to reduce their carbon footprint and become more sustainable. However, before we get to the benefits of smart papers, let’s take a look at how they work. Here are some ideas to get you started:
Smart Papers LLC has been sold to Mohawk Fine Papers Inc., an American company that also operates a mill in Hamilton, Ohio. Mohawk will now own Smart Papers‘ premium uncoated writing, text, and cover paper brands. Mohawk will also become the exclusive marketer of the company’s Kromekote and Knightkote brands. The transition will take place over the next 30 days. In the meantime, Smart Papers employees are in shock.
SMART Papers is expanding its line of printing papers. They have added new glossy Kromekote papers, uncoated Pegasus premiums, and digital products. Their new SMART Digital line includes a new 14-pt. laser sheet and Pegasus double-thick cover, and have added new products to its portfolio, including a high-brightness matte-coated paper for digital color printing. SMART Papers is also expanding its Kromekote roll products for HP Indigo presses.
Unlike other paper products, Smart Paper can be cut without using a cutting mat. The adhesive-backed medium-weight paper is perfect for making cards, labels, and labels. It also reduces the need for glue and other adhesives. With a wide range of uses, Smart Paper is perfect for creating fun, bright, and bold paper projects. They are compatible with the Cricut Explore 3 and Maker 3 machines. You can use them to create fun and unique cards and banners.
Ultimately, RFID tags can be embedded in a variety of materials, including newspapers and magazines. They can also be placed on business cards and coupons. Using a smartphone or tablet to scan the tags can reduce counterfeiting and theft. Another advantage of RFID tags is their low physical footprint, making them an unobtrusive anti-theft device. They also have the potential to help prevent identity theft. So, if you are looking to add RFID tags to your printed materials, you should definitely give this a try.
While smart paper isn’t yet commonplace, it is on the way to becoming a part of our everyday communications. With advances in nanotechnology, we may be able to see smart papers becoming a standard for printed materials in the near future. And because of its sustainability credentials, smart papers could help you go green, too. So, what are you waiting for? Get started today. And don’t forget to sign up for the mailing list to learn more!