Category Archives: Navajo

Are Your Mohawk Swatches Up To Date?

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It’s time to spring clean your swatchbook cabinet to make sure you have the most current books. (There’s nothing worse than specing a paper only to find it’s discontinued!) Mohawk redesigned their swatches with brightly colored spines that make them easy to identify (and look great on your shelf).

The current books are shown below, so if you are missing one, reach out to your Field Paper Sales Rep or our Customer Service and they will be happy to provide it. Continue reading

New Mohawk Maker Quarterly #6

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In our earlier posts, we talked about the Mohawk Options and Navajo papers in detail and how they improved printing results on uncoated paper. Now you can see just how well these papers print with the release of Mohawk’s latest Maker Quarterly #6, which poses the question, “What impression do you want to make?” Continue reading

New Mohawk Options & Navajo Swatchbook Released – A Deeper Look into the Inxwell Grades

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We all get excited when a mill introduces new colors and finishes to a grade. Because who doesn’t love more choices to pick and choose? But sometimes, something comes along that challenges the status quo that really thrills us. That something is Mohawk’s Inxwell surface technology, which fundamentally changes how uncoated paper prints. Continue reading