Paper types
When it comes to the different types of paper used in books, there are three main categories: coated, uncoated, and text. Each type of paper has its own set of benefits and drawbacks that you should be aware of before you make a decision about what to use for your next book project. In this blog post, we will discuss the pros and cons of each type of paper so that you can make an informed decision about which one is right for you.  
Type of paper Description Pros Cons
Coated paper It is a type of paper that has a coating of plastic or clay on top of it. The coating makes the paper smooth and glossy, which gives it a high-quality appearance. It is perfect for books that need to have a high level of quality and professionalism. One downside to coated paper is that it is more expensive than other types of paper, and it can also be difficult to print on because the ink can smudge. 
Uncoated paper It is made without any type of coating, which gives it a rough texture.   The texture makes uncoated paper less likely to show fingerprints or smudges, and it also makes it easier to write on. Uncoated paper is not as smooth or glossy as coated paper, so it may not be the best choice for books that need to have a high level of appearance.
Text paper It is a type of paper that is specifically designed for printing text. It has a very low gloss level and a medium-to-high ink absorption rate, which makes it perfect for black and white text.  If you want to make a high-quality book with lots of text, then text paper is your best option. One downside to using text paper is that it can be difficult to print images on because the ink doesn't absorb into the paper as well.