Lazertran Transfer Paper
Lazertran is a unique transfer paper developed for the school market. It comprises an ultra-thin, plastic layer bonded to soft paper which after printing, can be stripped off and transferred to other surfaces. The effects are many and varied since it can be adhered to glass, ceramic, metal, wood, fabrics such as cotton, silk and linen, and oil and acrylic painted surfaces, as well as paper.
The process is a form of colour pigment transfer which makes use of the relatively stable colour photocopy toner dyes. Available in two styles; regular, and ultra-thin for applying to silk fabric.
Zerkall Bond (Bookbinding/Relief)
Zerkall is a German paper, and both Zerkall and Hahnemuhle have similar characteristics with a soft ‘waterleaf’ feel, making them preferred by many as the most sensitive paper for aquatint printing. Additionally, the Zerkall mill is renowned for its soft lightweight bookmaking papers in both 120gsm and 145gsm. (the 120gsm weight has unusual irregular laid lines, making the paper resemble a sheet of very old handmade paper).