Carbonless Paper - SteveZ DesignZ

Carbonless Paper

Carbonless Paper also known as NCR meaning no carbon required. This paper makes a transfer copy to the other(s). #ncr #ncrpaper #carbonlesspaper

Carbonless Paper

Carbonless Paper also known as NCR meaning no carbon required. This paper makes a transfer copy to the other(s).  #ncr #ncrpaper #carbonlesspaper

Usually in 2 part, 3 part or 4 part NCR. You write on the top copy with a sturdy pen and what you write will transfer to the rest of the sheets.


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Often the color of the sheet corresponds to who gets that copy.

Old method you had to have a piece of carbon for the transfer to work. This me this is not used as much due to NCR. However, this still is used for crafts or other uses at times, but not often in the printing industry.

#-Parts

2 part (Canary and White)

3 part (Pink, Canary & White)

4 part (Goldenrod, Pink, Canary & White) – in some cases it might use another color other than a golden rod.

Usually used invoices, statements, receipts, etc. Can be padded into a book like or fan apart. The ones in a book is often printed on preperf NCR meaning it is already perforated. The book would have a sturdy cardstock or chipboard insert to avoid transfer to other copies.

You would need to make sure to have something in between each set so transfer would not occur.

Canary is a pale yellow color.

You could use a Mod Podge glue at the top.

You have Manila and paper transfer NCR

CB coated back

CF coated front

CFB coated front and back

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Steve is graphic designer who works at a print shop. He has been in graphic design since high school and continued on to get an Associates of Applied Science degree in graphic design too. He has since worked mostly in advertising design for various newspapers and shoppers. He has also worked for a couple sign companies. He currently works at a print shop. Steve has over 30 lifetime years of graphic design.

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