Building innovation on a strong tradition
The new Arcodesign (formerly known as Quadrex) has been created with a high mechanical performance that is both attractive and robust: a paper to put to the test in all sorts of different applications, from publishing to packaging and even price tags.
Arcodesigns’ origins can be traced back to the early fifties when the punched data cards used to provide input to computers had to be extremely robust, durable and resistant. Fedrigoni has taken a fresh look at that formula, using ECF cellulose with FSC certification to achieve the same tenacity as in those days, but now combining it with a natural, uncoated and ultra-smooth surface that guarantees an excellent print performance.
This is an interesting new solution for covers, cartons, counter displays, invitations and all other printed matter that calls for sequences of converting processes.
Arcodesign papers and cards also stand out for their whiteness: the tone is so natural, with the advantage that it makes extremely limited use of optical bleaches.
Arcodesign: available weights 120g/m, 140g/m, 200g/m, 285g/m, 350g/m, 400g/m, 450g/m, 490g/m, 580g/m