Coated paper: is characterized as a paper that has a fine layer of clay, resin, or some other substances that gives the paper a smooth, often shiny appearance for rich color printing. Coated papers can be difficult to bind using standard thermal-adhesive methods. Some form of paper preparation is recommended beforehand . (
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