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Add another service to your design from the tools below. Select a section on the left, then add the service. You can duplicate services between sections by cutting and pasting, or recycle scraps you don't need.
|Mill||Mohawk Fine Papers|
|Brand||Color Copy 98|
|Product Type||Card Stock|
|Size||18 x 12|
|Printer Compatibility||Color Copy Copiers (Color) Digital Press Laser Printers Offset Printing|
|Grain Direction||Grain Short|
Lignin Free Made Using Wind Power
100 lb Cover 270 G/M2 Caliper 10.5 190 PPI
|Paperator™ Color Value||
CMYK C = 10, M = 3, Y = 2, K = 2
RGB R = 244, G = 244, B = 239
This was a replacement product for a customer's new machine. Our usual supplier was a "maybe" on timing and so we checked out The Paper Mill and it ended up being just what we needed (product and service).
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Your paper will be cut with state-of-the-art paper trimming equipment operated by paper industry professionals who understand the details of your design. Specify any size. Our online cutting designs are exact. Cutting usually takes 2 - 3 days, but let us know if you have a tighter schedule.
Whether you need return receipts, business cards or shelf-talkers, our online design is easy. Choose from 46 standard formats or order your custom dimensions on perpendicular edge-to-edge perforations. Perforating usually takes 3 - 4 days, but let us know if you have a tighter schedule.
Paper hole punching provides clean, crisp, circular holes for a variety of binding applications. Have us custom hole punch almost any paper available on The Paper Mill Store. Hole punching usually takes 2 - 3 days, but let us know if you have a tighter schedule.
Proper folding, without cracking, usually requires a nice crisp score to create a hinge for the paper to fold along. Have us custom score almost any paper available on the site. Scoring usually takes 2 - 3 days, but let us know if you have a tighter schedule.
This will erase ALL added services from your current product.
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