Extraordinary printing demands extraordinary design paper. The uncoated smooth surface of Munken Lynx and its natural white shade make images genuine and gives an exclusive and yet very true natural paper feel. Munken Lynx is developed for offset print, but is also suitable for various kinds of printing techniques; flexo, laser, xerography, digital printing, inkjet and for preprint applications. Linkedin Instagram. Generic selectors. Exact matches only. Search in title. Search in content.
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Munken Print was created with the aim to develop the ultimate book paper by combining the best properties of woodfree and wood-containing paper. The result is a high quality book material with a feel and stiffness suited to most types of books, for colour or black and white print. Munken Polar Rough The uncoated, extra tactile surface of Munken Polar Rough and its crisp white shade make a perfect combination for well-defined images and even more of a natural paper feel. Thanks to its high bulk you can choose a lower grammage and keep thickness as well as paper stability for the best final result. The uncoated smooth surface of Munken Lynx and its natural white shade make images genuine and gives an exclusive and yet very true natural paper feel. Orders Wish list Sign in Register E-mail. Forgot your password?
With smooth visual texture and unmatched reliability on offset printer, Munken Lynx is premium quality paper in crisp white color. With a commitment to elegance and exclusiveness, the Polish papermaker creates the finest uncoated papers that make a lasting impact on readers. Munken Lynx comes in different weights, thickness and sizes, offering the required stiffness for various types of documents. Munken Lynx paper is specially designed to achieve maximum performance in offset printing. It is also suitable for other kinds of printing, such as laser, flexo and inkjet. In a world where choices are unlimited, the classic white Munken Lynx manages to stand alone with its natural feel and genuine personality.
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