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The difference between white cardboard and copper paperboard

[ Time:2017-04-01 Click:1108 ]

White cardboard is a thick paper. Base on the quantitative,it devided into paper,cardboard, paperboard.In the early years of the Shanghai shopping malls on the quantitative 200g / m2 or so white thick paper (smooth surface, after calendering, high stiffness, also known as thin cardboard (paper), paperboard, cardboard and cardboard; ), Call heavy paper. In fact, it is also a cardboard. The most common cardboard does not color, learn to call white cardboard. If the color, according to color called color cardboard.


The main purpose of white cardboard is the printing of business cards, certificates, invitations, cover, month desk calendar and postal postcards.


Whiteness requirements of white cardboard are high, the A whiteness of not less than 92%, B level not less than 87%, C level not less than 82%. Whiteness of more than 90%, a little "bright dazzling".

White cardboard also requires a high degree of stiffness, bursting and smoothness (but not include imprinted with a large white cardboard), the paper is flat, not allowed to have streaks, spots and other paper disease, but also not allowed to warp Deformation of the phenomenon. 


Single copper paper surface bright, uniform coating, ink quickly with good printability, suitable for exquisite color printing. For the purpose of fine printing, the surface of the base paper to paint processing, and by the super calendar calendering the general coated paper.


Double copper paper is divided into single-sided and double-sided coated paper, according to the Japanese paper classification standards for each side of the coating amount of about 10g/m2 is the most commonly used one of paper in the current cultural publishing, advertising design, printing and binding industry and industry.

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