A journal entry written by Lee Sonogan
Committing to specifications for the books of the future, putting a gun to my head, carbonless might actually be better than traditional solvent-based papers. Research has shown that a business can save as much as 50% by using a carbonless copy paper for their documents which would be the same quality to the average novel or non-fiction. Versatile in so many other needs, it is reliable for any printing needs depending on local or international service. Still mixed in the quotes for my hardcopy necessities to be on the professional level, I have faith in that I know what I am doing.
First is the speed due to multiple parts are just done instantly within mass production. Another fun fact is 30 percent carbon materials used for these purposes are thrown out in obsolescence of a new vision in operations. Phasing out elimination completely in that area, the accuracy is also improved with no transcript errors can be made. Meaning text images are protected from smearing or rubbing, in cases of copies being made different from the original.
Colour coding is also ensured, producing valuable results. Curling is not a factor as well as the laser cuts the portrait or landscape at perfect lines. Then the eco-friendly approach contributes to fewer emissions coming from the various toners. When speaking of climate change, a little change in the process like this changes add up huge, fighting against relic pollutions not willing to accept new practises and standards. Building bridges of renewable capability is worthwhile all around.