Big Brand RC Photo Papers vs. Pebble Paper™

It’s official: Pebble Paper can compete with the big players when it comes to resin coated (RC) photo papers. These are the highest quality papers on the market and our target to accelerate the expansion of stone materials for printers.

A First Look at Pebble Paper™, the First Stone Paper Compatible with Inkjet Printing

As of November 1st, 2021, the Pebble Printing Group is officially announcing the launch of a material called Pebble Paper™. Our new, exclusive material is the first version of stone paper to be compatible with water-based inkjet printing inks. This is a milestone in stone paper development, and enables a new level of competitiveness and performance for stone material. Here are a few key insights about Pebble Paper™.

How Stone Paper is Made

How Stone Paper is Made Stone paper‘s manufacturing process is fundamentally different to tree-based paper, and much more difficult than traditional plastic manufacturing. It’s also an art that not many…

How Much Does Stone Paper Cost?

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The Sustainability of Stone Paper in European Book Paper

In 2014, the world’s paper production reached 400 million tons for the first time. Most of that paper usage comes from the US and Europe, with 7 of the 10 highest consuming countries being in Europe. Considering that China only consumes 35% of the paper per capita compared to the US and consumes already half of the world’s production, there is great pressure to find a sustainable solution to traditional paper.


How German Publishers Can Save the Next Century (with Stone Paper)

This presentation was originally given on January 14th, 2021 at the future!publish 2021 in Berlin. It’s about sustainability with traditional paper, the facts about stone paper, and how German publishers have the capacity to grow the stone paper supply to scale. As the title suggests, the supply growth and the resulting price drop would be enough to save the next century of the paper industry.