Chipboard is pressed paperboard (non-corrugated cardboard, often you see it with memo pads or with NCR paper to add sturdiness. #chipboard
This is also used in scrapbooking and crafts.
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It is sometimes called ‘particle board’ or ‘low-density fibreboard’ (LDF)) which makes it is versatile and relatively cheap.
In printing, chipboard refers to a type of thick paperboard material that is commonly used for printing covers, packaging, and other printed materials that require durability and stiffness. It is also known as binder board or greyboard.
Printed chipboard is typically made from layers of recycled paper fibers that are compressed together to form a thick and rigid board. The surface of the board is usually uncoated, with a rough or textured finish, which allows for easy printing, gluing, and writing. The thickness and weight of chipboard can vary depending on the intended use, ranging from lightweight options for simple packaging to heavy-duty options for hardcover books or high-end packaging.
Chipboard is a popular choice in the printing industry due to its affordability, strength, and versatility. It can be used for a wide range of applications, including memo pads, book covers, business cards, retail packaging, and point-of-sale displays.
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