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  1. Amazon.com: 100 lb paper

    https://www.amazon.com/100-lb-paper/s?k=100+lb+paper

    Amazon's Choice for 100 lb paper Accent Opaque White Cardstock Paper, 100lb Cover, 271gsm, 8.5 x 11 card stock, 1 Ream / 200 Sheets – Heavy Cardstock with …

  2. Amazon.com: 100 lb cardstock: Office Products

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    Hamilco White Cardstock Scrapbook Paper 12x12 Heavy Weight 100 lb Cover Card Stock – 25 Pack. 4.7 out of 5 stars 109. $11.99 $ 11. 99. Get it as soon as Thu, Jun 18. FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. Barely Gray Cardstock Paper - 12 x 12 inch Premium 100 LB. Cover from - 25 Sheets from Cardstock Warehouse . 4.7 out of 5 stars 4. $13.99 $ 13. 99. Get it as soon as Thu, Jun ...

  3. Amazon.com: 100 lb cardstock

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    Amazon's Choice for 100 lb cardstock. Accent Opaque White Cardstock Paper, 100lb Cover, 271gsm, 8.5 x 11 card stock, 1 Ream / 200 Sheets – Heavy Cardstock with Smooth Finish (1188091R) 4.6 out of 5 stars 432. $13.34 $ 13. 34 $14.49 $14.49. Save 5% more with Subscribe & Save. Get it as soon as Fri, Jun 5. FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. More Buying Choices $10.56 (7 used ...

  4. What Is The Difference Between 80 lb and 100 lb Paper?

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    My takeaway for the two cover weights: I’d recommend going with 100 lb cover for most book applications, because I prefer the substantial feeling. 100 lb. cover is good book cover choice for spiral binding and perfect bound booklet printing. For saddle-stitched booklets, I’d lean more towards the 80 lb cover because they tend to be thinner books.

  5. Paper Weight Comparison Chart - orderingplatform.com

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    The 100 lb. book stock can equate to 54 lb cover, while the 80 lb. cover can equate to 146 lb. book. This means that the 80 lb. cover can be about 45% thicker than the 100 lb. book. The recycled 80 lb text (aka book) can be equivalent to roughly a 44 lb. cover. So the two recycled stocks, while the same weight, can be different thicknesses. As a reference point our business cards are 14 pt ...

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  6. US to International Paper Weights - Equivalent Weights ...

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    US to UK & International Paper Weights. Having given an explanation of paper weights used internationally (ISO 536) and in the US this page covers conversions between weights and stock types used in the US and the weights used internationally. Below are tables for each stock type covering the commonly found weights within each stock type and its grammage equivalent. Bond Stock Paper - …

  7. Paper Weights Explained - CutCardStock

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    Paper punching, die cutting and folding is easy to do on 65 lb card stock. Printing on this light weight card stock is easily done in most home printers. Card Stock that is labeled 90 lb index weight would be very similar to a 65 lb cover weight card stock; 80 lb Cover Weight/ 216 gsm card stock is our most commonly used card stock. It is a ...

  8. CONVERSION CHARTS for PAPER (GSM TO BASIS WEIGHT)

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    148 100 Text 398 220 Index 84 Cover 227 100 Text 148 149 55 Cover 407 250 Tag 90 Cover 243 105 Text 155 150 40 Bond 439 200 Bristol 100 Cover 270 108 Text 160 155 105 Text 488 300 Tag 110 Cover 298 120 Text 178 CONVERSION CHARTS for PAPER (GSM TO BASIS WEIGHT) PAPER INDUSTRY WEIGHT COMPARISONS. Paper is available for purchase in a variety of sizes, finishes, …

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  9. Paper Weights Guide - Help understanding ... - PaperPapers

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    I have a great piece of 80lb cover, yet I'd like to get a paper that is a little bit sturdier (or thicker). I see the 90lb index and I assume that this new paper I'm ordering is going to be thicker and sturdier. As you can see by the chart below, the 90lb index will be slightly thinner and less sturdy compared to my 80lb cover. I am so glad I made this realization before I ordered my new paper ...

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