A stiff compact pasteboard of various qualities, for making cards, etc., often having a polished surface.
Paper product made of unbleached kraft fiber, with two heavy outer layers and a wavy inner layer to provide strength.
A general term which usually refers to a sheet more than .006" in thickness. Used where stiffness is the most important requirement. Usually made from waste paper.
A thin, stiff paperboard made of pressed paper pulp or sheets of paper pasted together. Used for playing cards, greeting cards, etc. Corrugated containers are not made of cardboard.
a stiff moderately thick paper
thick stiff paper produced by pasting several layers of paper together.
Paper product made of unbleached craft paper, with two heavy outer layers and a wavy inner layer to provide strength.
A thick paper based material.
card·board (kärd'bôrd', -bord') n. A material similar to thick, stiff paper, that is made of pressed paper pulp or pasted sheets of paper. It is used for making cartons and signs, for example.
General term for stiff, bulky paper such as index, tag, or bristol.
Stiff paper of varying thickness. Includes illustration board, corrugated cardboard and foam core board.
a thin, stiff material made of paper pulp and used in making cartons and other forms of packaging.
Cardboard or Corrugated Fiberboard, describes a variety of heavy wood-based types of paper notable for their stiffness and durability.