The weight of the dog is 110 pounds. An index card is made of
White cardstock in 250 sheets It measures 11 x 17 inches.
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It is perfect for tough and long-lasting jobs A letterhead, a brochure, a document, a menu, and more are longer lasting. The following paper weights are available I weigh 110 pounds and I have a height of The net weight of this fabric is 88 grams
Questions & Answers
It is not the same thing as "classic crest cover solar white 8-" Among the two, which is more expensive, "1/2x11 110lb 250/pkg" or a small size?
Compared to 110 lb Index, 110 lb Cover is substantially heavier and thicker. Index is slightly lighter/thinner than Cover (110#). In addition, Classic Crest is a proprietary brand (used for special occasions like wedding invitations), while Exact Index is a commodity brand used for materials such as index cards and classroom cards.
What is the cost of printing both sides of this document? Could the image be seen from the other side as well?
The answer is yes! Printed on either side, it can be used both ways. The paint is thick and not overly glossy, but not too thick either.
What about watercolor painting with this? Can you do that with this?
My favorite way to blend is with WC pencils and then a very light wash. As well as water brushes, it works well with it. As soon as it is dry, I weight the painting down. Here is what you need to know.
What would you say is a good card thickness?
The cards are actually too heavy for them to be used for greetings. In the winter I use tent cards for the holiday table, etc. I prefer a lighter card weight for greeting cards on the table. In my opinion, 67lb is the ideal weight. You can use them for It weighed 110 pounds. A good cover stock is good for a book.
Selected User Reviews For Neenah Paper 40414 Neenah Exact Index, 110 lb, 11 x 17 Inches, 250 Sheets, White, 94 Brightness
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I have never seen anything so thin, I'm shocked at how fine it is! It was a total waste of my money. There is a drastic difference in thickness and weight between the 80 lb stock I get from Office Depot and this supposed 110 lb 3 pieces of this glorified notebook paper bending under their own weight are shown in the photo.
| May 17, 2021
It is very important for you to understand how 110# Index Weight is defined
A 110# index weight paper of this quality can be considered a good one. A chart that shows how the different weight scales are calculated has been included to help you understand the differences. When I print on a daily basis, I usually purchase 24# Bond Weight paper (90 grams per square meter). Cardstock product is 110# Index Weight paper (199 grams per square meter) it is roughly twice as thick and weight as the paper I use every day for my computer. A moderately thick cardstock is used. In order to get a thicker and stiffer cardstock, you will need to go with a heavier cardstock. It would be best if you got 110# Cover Weight paper (297 grams per square meter), which is roughly three times as heavy and thick as the paper you use every day for printing. To clarify the differences in paper weight, it would be helpful if all the vendors included a weight conversion chart in their product listings.
| Jun 15, 2021
What was supposed to happen didn't happen! It was my understanding that this product was 110 lb paper when I bought it
The paper I'm looking at doesn't seem to be 110lb I worked at a commercial office supply store. As an added bonus, I also received 105lb paper from another vendor the same day. In general, I was more than pleased with how sturdy the 105lb paper was. There's a good chance that someone did something wrong. It doesn't seem to be the weight of the paper, but I'm not sure what the 110 represents on the label. Here is a picture of a chart I found online. 199g/m2 is the equivalent of 53 lb The information I was looking for was not there. There is definitely a mistake on the listing. It is stated in multiple places in the listing that.
| Jan 25, 2021
I printed the photo on a HP LaserJet Pro M281fdw and even after letting the ink dry for 10 minutes the ink smeared
This cardstock was purchased to print out die cut images, which were then going to be cut using my Cricut machine. Due to the fact that it said it was both inkjet and laser jet compatible (actually claimed that it was compatible with both), I purchased this cardstock. Two test runs resulted in smeared ink even when the page was held after allowing air to circulate. It takes about 10 minutes for the clothes to dry. This item will now be stuck in my possession since I opened the package.
| Jan 01, 2021
I believe that the card stock was defective and the seller was unfair
The My Office Innovations website. I have never encountered a worse card stock than this! Dieing will not be possible with it because it is so thin and flimsy. As a result, My Office Innovations will not give me a refund because I "opened the package" and also used it! On half of one hundred, I used half of what I had If I didn't open the package and didn't inspect it, how would I find out that it was defective Would it work for you? No parts of the $15 are issued by them. My money went to them for this defective product. Beware of these people.
| Apr 21, 2021
Has the package been damaged during transport? This paper is great, but the packaging is what bothers me the most
There was nothing left of the product when it arrived. With the paper inside the bag all over the place, both ends of the bag were ripped and crumpled up. Thank goodness there wasn't big damage to request a return, but the look of the bag makes me wonder if it could have been worse.
| Apr 01, 2021
We award five stars to this product
This is an excellent I have printed adult coloring books using this printer and I am very pleased with the results. I like the thickness and color of this.
| Jun 15, 2021
The quality of the stamping is excellent
The cards I make and the stamps I've just purchased are a lot of fun for me. It is available in acrylic/rubber, as well as digitally. Both cards can be made from this card stock. It takes ink well when using acrylic or rubber stamps or both water-based and ink-based ink sets As well as alcohol Inks that are based on a substance. Whenever I print digital stamps, it goes through my HP printer without a problem. Following that, I color the outline with colored pencils, Spectrum Noir markers, or Ranger Ink with an aqua pen. With a weight of 110 lb, this is heavy enough that it would work well as a card base as well. I have an embossing machine (a Sizzix Big Shot) that works well with this product. The quality and price are excellent for such a product. Once I run out of this product, I'll definitely purchase it again.
| Jan 03, 2021