A wide-ranging term which generally refers to the final surface characteristics of a sheet after the manufacturing process is complete.
The most common finishes are: Cockle: A cockle finish is a puckered finish produced by uneven shrinkage during the drying process
The substance weight or basic weight of paper measures metrically uses the unit "grams," with the weight stated as "grams per square meter". or g/m2.
Fine paper are manufactured in various weights commonly 80g, 100g weight. 80g paper is adequate for everyday use and for internal documents. Resumes, correspondence legal documents should be on 100g and above