How thick is 100lb cover stock?
What is the difference between 100 lb Text and 100 lb Cover?
|Paper Type||Approx. Caliper (Thickness)|
|65lb Opaque Cover — uncoated||.009″|
|80lb Opaque Cover — uncoated||.011″ (11pt thick)|
|100lb Opaque Cover — uncoated||.014″ (14pt thick)|
What is a good thickness for card stock?
You also have the option to fold any cardstock to make a classic folded invitation. The point in front of cardstock determines the thickness you will want to choose for your printing needs. It comes in a variety of thicknesses. 10pt, 12pt, 16pt and 24pt are all common thickness for cardstock prints.
What is the heaviest weight card stock?
Super heavy cardstock includes thick card stock items that are 100 lb. cover weight and above. These thick cardstock options work well for projects that need a heavier, more substantial material.
What is the thickest cardstock paper?
The thickest paper is cardstock and is measured in “points.” Each point of thickness is one one-thousandth of an inch. So a 14 pt. cardstock is 14/1000ths of an inch thick (.014”). Paper stock is thinner than cardstock.
What is the weight of a standard business card?
The common weight of a business card varies some by location. Generally, business cards are printed on stock that is 350 g/m 2 (density), 45 kg (100 lb) (weight), or 12 pt (thickness).
What is legal size card stock?
Legal Size Paper simply means that it is the standard size paper in the U.S. For the record, it is not illegal to own other sizes of paper. Legal Size Paper and Legal Size Cardstock are 8 1/2 x 14 (8.5 x 14).
What is the best paper weight for a poster?
Paper Choice & Weight for Poster Printing. We recommend to choose paper weight of at least 60lbs (90 g/m2) or above for your poster project. This really is the minimum weight you should choose for (bulk) production. If your budget allows it, preferably choose heavier papers like (80 lbs – 120 g/m 2 or 90 lbs – 163 g/m 2 ).