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EDPM-Paper Types

QuestionAnswer
Bond Thick uncoated paper that is very durable and has a high quality
Onionskin Translucent (partially see through)paper that is thin and light but relatively strong
Flimsy Very thin, low quality paper that is much more opaque than onionskin paper
Carbon Thin paper that is coated 'underneath, with a dark, waxy, pigment
Stencil Tough, white, translucent paper that is covered in wax
Copy White paper that is pretty light and does not curl easily, making it suitable for use in copiers
NCR(no carbon required) paper Multipart paper where the bottom of each intermediary sheet is coated in a special dye and the top is coated with clay that reacts to the dye
Index Smooth, stiff paper that is fairly inexpensive and not particularly thick
Cover paper Stiff, fairly heavy type of paper
Created by: tamishan2014