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What are the materials that are available?
gsm: grams square metre (weight) 

Budget Letterhead:
80gsm Simile Paper, 100gsm Simile Paper, 140gsm Simile Paper 

Eco Business Card:
80gsm C.O.Eco (100% Recycled), 100gsm C.O.Eco (100% Recycled),100gsm G.F.Eco (FSC), 120gsm G.F.Eco (FSC), 130gsm S.W.Eco (FSC), etc.  

Premium Letterhead:
100gsm Premium Ivory (Creamy), 120gsm Premium Ivory (Creamy), 100gsm G.F.Eco (FSC), 120gsm G.F.Eco (FSC), 130gsm S.W.Eco (FSC), Conqueror Paper, etc. 

Off White Letterhead:
80gsm C.O.Eco (100% Recycled), 100gsm C.O.Eco (100% Recycled), 100gsm Premium Ivory (Creamy), 120gsm Premium Ivory (Creamy), etc. 



Simili Paper:
Simili papers are those regular paper which people commonly use for leaflets, brochures, letterheads, bill books, etc. Generally referred as photocopy or printing paper.
80gsm Simile Paper, 100gsm Simile Paper, 140gsm Simile Paper 

ECO Paper:
Eco paper are papers which are made from recycled materials. These papers are certified by Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC).
FSC and PEFC certified papers are made from wood-based products which are originated from sustainably managed forests.
80gsm C.O.Eco (100% Recycled), 100gsm C.O.Eco (100% Recycled),100gsm G.F.Eco (FSC), 120gsm G.F.Eco (FSC), 130gsm S.W.Eco (FSC), etc.
 
Offset Printing
Offset printing is one of the best quality printing compare to other printings. This type of printing is also known as lithography where the inked image on metal plates is transferred (offset) to blankets later to the printing surface (paper). The image is broken down into the 4 primary printing colours, commonly known as 4 colours printing: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK).

Pantone Matching System (PMS) / Pantone Colour
Pantone Matching System (PMS) also known as Pantone Colour. These colours (Gold, Silver, Red, etc.) can be used in offset printing. The uniqueness of pantone colour is they do not require mixture from CMYK. Pantone colour each have their own metal plates when printing. Therefore, the colour is more precise as it is more consistent compare to CMYK.
 
At letterhead.com.my, we offered post-printing processes or ‘finishing’ as an enhancement to your letterhead. It serves as attention-grabber, attraction, focus, touch sensation, protection, status perception and visual impression.
Our team of talented connoisseurs are able to consult and suggest you with various range of materials, type of printing technology available, suitable post-printing finishing and many more, in order achieve one main purpose – to create the best and the most unique letterhead that represents you and your company. 

What is ‘Finishing’?
Finishing is a process to add the final touch to enhance and distinguish you letterhead from others. 

Hot Stamping
A type of finishing which it uses dry printing method of lithography where the foils (colour) are transferred or pressed to a surface at high temperature.
This finishing gives the outlook of shiny metallic and glossy effect. In addition, this process is non-polluting as the materials involved are dry.