Magazine paper generally refers to relatively lightweight coated paper. The paper is light and thin for mailing. Its smoothness is similar to that of coated paper. The color is similar to that of molded paper. The printing effect is somewhere in between. It is an economical paper.
Because the paper is relatively light, the internal fiber structure of the paper cannot withstand greater tension. Under excessive printing tension, the paper will drop powder and lint, which will affect printing. The most common method to reduce the surface tension of the paper in printing is to Reduce printing speed. Therefore, the printing of magazine paper is generally printed at a low speed.
Generally speaking, high-end clothing and life-themed magazines mostly use coated paper and medium-coated paper with a weight of ≥70 grams; high-quality monthly and professional magazines use medium-coated paper and high-brightness light-coated paper, with a weight of ≥70 grams; High-quality monthly and weekly magazines often use high-white light-coated paper, light-coated paper, with a weight of ≥60 grams; large-circulation weekly and comprehensive magazines generally use light-coated paper or calendered paper, with a weight of ≥65 grams.