Properties of paper and board

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Properties of paper and board
1 Newsprint
1.1 Weight 50gsm
1.2 Advantages
1.2.1 Cheap
1.2.2 Lightweight
1.2.3 Uncoated
1.3 Uses
1.3.1 Newspaper
1.4 Relative Cost
1.4.1 1

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  • 10=High Cost 1=Low Cost
2 Layout Paper
2.1 Weight 60gsm
2.2 Advantages
2.2.1 Thin
2.2.2 Slighty Translucent
2.3 Uses
2.3.1 Designers often use this paper for sketches and tracing
2.4 Relative Cost
2.4.1 3

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  • 10=High 1=Low
3 Tracing Paper
3.1 Uses
3.1.1 Tracing
3.2 Weight 70 gsm
3.3 Advantages
3.3.1 Transparent
3.4 Relative Cost
3.4.1 4

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  • 10=High 1=Low
4 Sugar Paper
4.1 Weight 90gsm
4.2 Advantages
4.2.1 Cheap
4.2.2 Uncoated
4.2.3 Variety of colors
4.3 Uses
4.3.1 Mounting of Work
4.3.1.1 Fades in Sunlight
5 Inkjet/Laser photo Paper
5.1 Weight 150-230gsm
5.2 Advantages
5.2.1 Special High Gloss or Matt coating
5.2.2 Quick Drying
5.3 Cost
5.3.1 9

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  • 10=High Cost 1=Low Cost
5.4 Uses
5.4.1 Photos
5.4.2 Presentation
6 Card Board
6.1 Thickness 230-750 Microns
6.2 Advantages
6.2.1 More rigid surface
6.2.1.1 Makes printing easy
6.3 Uses
6.3.1 Model-Making
6.4 Cost
6.4.1 5

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  • 10=High Cost 1=Low Cost
7 Mount Board
7.1 Thickness 750-3000
7.2 Advantages
7.2.1 Thick Colored rigid board
7.3 Uses
7.3.1 Modal Making
7.3.2 High-quality picture mounting
7.4 Relative Cost
7.4.1 9

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  • 10=High Cost 1=Low Cost
8 Cartonboard
8.1 Thickness 230-1000
8.2 Advantages
8.2.1 Boards are mad from many different layers and material
8.2.1.1 e.g. Aluminium foil is used to keep drinks cool
8.2.2 High-quality print surface
8.2.3 Many types avaliable
8.3 Uses
8.3.1 Pakaging
8.4 Relative Cost
8.4.1 7-10

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  • 10=High Cost 1=Low Cost
9 Corrugated Card
9.1 Advantages
9.1.1 Strong
9.1.2 Lightweight
9.2 Uses
9.2.1 Packaging Protection
9.2.2 Point of sales stand
9.3 Thickness 3000-5000 microns
9.4 Relative Cost
9.4.1 5

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  • 10=High Cost 1=Low Cost
10 Foam Board
10.1 Thickness 4000-7000 microns
10.2 Advantages
10.2.1 Consists of two outer layers of high-quality card and a central layer of foam
10.3 Uses
10.3.1 Presentation Boards
10.3.2 Point of sale stands
10.4 Relative Cost
10.4.1 10

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  • 10=High Cost 1=Low Cost
11 Spiral wound tubing
11.1 Relative Cost
11.1.1 9

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  • 10=High Cost 1=Low Cost
11.2 Thickness 1000-3000 microns
11.3 Uses
11.3.1 Packaging
11.4 Advantages
11.4.1 High Strength
11.4.2 3D printable surface

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