Mitsubishi HiTec Paper introduces jetscript GS 1062

The company’s new inkjet paper offers sophisticated and personalized labels

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Mitsubishi HiTec Paper has introduced jetscript GS 1062, a new inkjet paper for sophisticated and personalized labels
Mitsubishi HiTec Paper has introduced jetscript GS 1062, a new inkjet paper for sophisticated and personalized labels

With jetscript GS 1062, the German specialty paper manufacturer Mitsubishi HiTec Paper is now offering a new coated premium inkjet paper as face-stock material for sophisticated and personalized label applications. 

The 95 gram paper impresses with a particularly homogeneous semi-glossy surface and a high visual gloss. The special coated ink-receiving layer enables excellent color reproduction and very good color brilliance, and high color density even with dark shades. Printouts in photorealistic print quality are easily possible with GS 1062. 

Jetscript GS 1062 can be printed with all common dye and pigment inks and is suitable for HP Indigo. The reverse side is perfectly matched to a self-adhesive finish. The brand-new inkjet paper is available FSC Mix, or PEFC certified, of course. This makes GS 1062 the perfect inkjet paper for sophisticated, personalized labels in the areas of logistics, packaging, food and non-food, beverages, and promotion. 

Mitsubishi HiTec Paper’s jetscript GS 1062 features – 

  • 95 gram square meter
  • semi-glossy 
  • particularly homogeneous surface 
  • high visual gloss 
  • excellent color rendering and color brilliance 
  • high color density even with dark colors 
  • photorealistic prints 
  • reverse side perfectly matched for self-adhesive equipment 
  • FSC Mix or PEFC certified 
  • printable with all common dye and pigment inks and suitable for HP Indigo 

Mitsubishi HiTec Paper’s jetscript GS 1062 applications 

They are sophisticated, personalized labels in the fields of logistics, packaging, food and non-food, beverages, and promotion.

 

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