24lb Horizontal 8.5" X 11" Perforated Paper
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24lb Horizontal 8.5" X 11" Perforated Paper

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  • Color: White
  • Paper Thickness: 24lb
  • Perforation Direction: Horizontal
  • Perforation Placement: 2 3/4", 3 1/4" From Bottom, 3" From Bottom, 3-5/8" From Bottom, 3-2/3" From Bottom, 3 3/4" From Bottom, 3.5" From Bottom, 5.5" From Bottom or Every 3-2/3" From Bottom
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Have you ever tried to run perforated paper through your copier or printer? Until now the idea of running these types of papers through your equipment was nothing but trouble. However, these sheets are perfectly perforated every time. Run through rollers to remove any potential curl and then sealed in moisture resistant reams to ensure the highest quality results. Our high quality Xerographic 20# and 24# cut sheets are perfect for high speed copiers, office copiers, desktop laser and ink jet printers, DocuTech style printers, along with small offset presses. Each perforation is clean and consistent, every sheet, every ream, every time. There's no downtime or press service. It's the way every single sheet arrives...PERFECT. Pre punched and pre perforated sheets offer more productivity, time saving and reduced operating expenses which all add up to a more profitable bottom line.

Product Details

  • Color: White
  • Size:8.5" x 14"
  • Paper Thickness: 24lb
  • Perforation Direction: Horizontal
  • Perforation Placement: 2 3/4", 3 1/4" From Bottom, 3" From Bottom, 3-5/8" From Bottom, 3-2/3" From Bottom, 3 3/4" From Bottom, 3.5" From Bottom, 5.5" From Bottom or Every 3-2/3" From Bottom
  • Quantity: Case (5 reams, 2500 sheets)

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Transcript: Sometimes you need removable pages in a permanent project. And that’s why we have various forms of perforated paper!

There are perforations on the edge of your page at varying distances, one’s on the bottom, in the middle, ones with multiple perforations—I’m not going to go over all of them in this video.

It’s always recommended to fold the perforated edge before you tear it off. This will produce a cleaner result every time.

And the paper is perfectly safe to use within a printer, even over the perforated line.

When using the left edge perforation you can see that it works in bind ...
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Sometimes you need removable pages in a permanent project. And that’s why we have various forms of perforated paper!

There are perforations on the edge of your page at varying distances, one’s on the bottom, in the middle, ones with multiple perforations—I’m not going to go over all of them in this video.

It’s always recommended to fold the perforated edge before you tear it off. This will produce a cleaner result every time.

And the paper is perfectly safe to use within a printer, even over the perforated line.

When using the left edge perforation you can see that it works in binding machines.

Now in your project you can have normal full sheets, mixed in with some removable perforated sheets. as needed.

And remember when I said to fold it first? Here you can see that it tears much easier without folding it.

It even works in more permanent bindings like with this fastback glue based strip. Fold on the perforation, and tear it out, leaving behind a small strip still bound in the book.

It comes in different variations of thickness, perforation, and size, and certain styles come in different amounts.

Questions & Answers

That is a great question. Unfortunately we wouldn’t be able to provide that on 24#, but we would be able to provide on 20#. We would be able to offer the following colors Canary, Pink, Blue, Green, Ivory, Buff, Gold, Cherry, and Salmon. Those would have to ordered by the pallet and that is around 160,000 sheets per order.

Answered by MyBinding
1 months ago

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