Definitions for "Printability"
Refers to a range of paper properties that influence print results, including gloss, smoothness, whiteness and opacity.
the ability of paper to give the truest reproduction of the original image at the maximum efficiency, a combination of print runnability and print quality
Describes how smoothly paper runs in a printing press
Keywords:  rewound, legend, ability, offset, tape
The ability of a tape to accept and hold a printed legend and especially to resist offset of the printing when rewound into a roll after printing.
The ability of a material or a surface to receive written matter or design.
A collective term used to describe the properties required of all the components used in the printing process.