A heavy paper used for printing. The paper's thickness can range from 6 points or higher.
In papermaking, a heavyweight paper used for printed materials that will be frequently handled such as posters, folders, announcements, direct mail pieces, and invitations.
A paper with a basis weight of 90# -120# but generally not as heavy as cover. Bristol papers are great for folders, index cards and covers and postcards.
A paper with a weight of 90# to 120# but generally not as heavy as cardstock.
A stiff, heavy paper whose caliper ranges upwards from 0.006”.
A board paper of various thicknesses having a smooth finish and used for printing or drawing.
Heavy paper used for file cards, tickets, and covers. Basic sheet size 22-1/2 x 28-1/2.
Artist Bristol generally describes drawing paper that is pasted. Two or more sheets are pasted together to form 2-ply, 3-ply, etc. Sheets are pasted into Bristol to achieve stiffness, strength and to form a sheet with two identical useable (felt or top) sides.
Stiff, heavyweight paper suitable for covers, menus, cards, etc.
A durable stock used for mailers, calling cards, announcements and other printing that must withstand heavy use. Thickness will be /006 or higher.
Heavy, stiff paper characterized by bulk and strength; includes index and printing bristols
Solid or laminated heavyweight printing paper made to a thickness of .006" or higher. It is often used for business cards, social announcements, posters and folders.
Paper A heavyweight paper made to a caliper of .006" or higher.
A general paper term referring to paper that is 6 points or thicker with basis weight between 90# and 200# (200-500 gsm). Used for products such as index cards, file folders and displays.
Type of board paper used for post cards, business cards, and other heavy-use products.
General term referring to paper 7 pts. or thicker with basis weights between 90 lb. and 200 lb.; used for index cards, file folders, etc.
Bristol is a solitaire card game using a deck of 52 playing cards. It has an unusual feature of building regardless of suit on both the foundations and on the tableau; it is also one of the easiest to win.