Carbonless Forms

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Carbonless Forms
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  1. Choose Quantity
  2. *Paper Choices


    When it comes to paper weight, 20 lb. is pretty standard for most office forms.

    Carbonless paper comes configured for two, three, or four-part forms.

    Select the number of parts you need.

  3. *Size

  4. *Printing Options

    Front: Black
    Back: Unprinted
  5. Use 105# CF Tag as last part


    This option will replace the last sheet in the set with either white or manila 105# tag.

    Since the printing process changes with this option, there will be additional cost involved.

  6. *Glue Edge


    What is the glue edge?

    The glue edge refers to the edge of the page where the forms are connected.

    Most carbonless forms are glued along the top or the left edge.

    However, we can set up your forms to tear apart along any edge you choose.

  7. Block padding No more then 150 sheets, not sets, per pad


    Some times carbonless forms are padded like a memo pad.

    If your form needs to padded than please indicate the number of sets per pad.

    No more then 150 sheets (not sets) per pad.

    All pads will include a chipboard back.

  8. Wrap around covers Includes 1/2" stub perf


    This option puts a 150# manila tag wrap around cover around your form.

    Price includes stub perforation, heavy duty staples, front manila tag cover, chipboard back, wrap around manila cover, and black book binders tape over the staples.

    This option involves more time in production and is not eligible for RUSH service.

    These books are very useful for field technicians or service men.

    It helps to protect the forms while also preventing the image from transferring to the forms below.

  9. Perforation


    Standard distance from the edge for stub perforation is 1/2 in.

    Please be sure to indicate which edge to perforate.

    Remember that the tear-out size of your form will be 1/2" smaller then the starting size of your form.

    If the perforation needs to be in another location please use the "Other" selection and indicate where the perforation should be.

    If you are making wrap around books do not select this option, it is included in the price of the wrap around book.

  10. Hole Drilling


    What is hole drilling?

    Drilling is the printing term for adding holes to the edge of a printed item for binding.

    It's called drilling (or sometimes punching) because an actual drill (designed specifically for paper) is used to bore through an entire stack of printed materials in one fell swoop.

    This unique equipment can be set to drill holes that match any standard binding configuration.

  11. Sequential numbering (Black ink only, Red is no longer available)


    Sequential numbering is the placement of a consecutive number somewhere on your form.

    Ink color choices are Black only. Due to circumstances beyond our control, we are no longer able to offer Red ink for numbers.

    Minimum amount of space for a number is 1/4" x 7/8". Maximum digits is 6.

  12. Number location

  13. Shrink Wrapping maximum of 500 sheets per package


    What are the benefits of shrink-wrapping?

    Shrink-wrapping prevents damage from bending, tearing, or folding; and keeps printed items well-organized, under control, and easy to maintain.

    Printed materials are far easier to transport and store when they're shrink-wrapped together, rather than stacked loosely in a pile.

  14. *Artwork

  15. *Turnaround Times

    Note: Rush service is no longer available, due to sourcing issues.

  17. *File(s)

Online Pricedetails
Block Padding$0.00
Carbonless Printing Prices$0.00
CF tag as last part$0.00
Hole Drilling$0.00
Print Options 2$0.00
Sequential Numbering$0.00
Wrap around covers$0.00
Shrink Wrapping$0.00
Turnaround Times$0.00
Ink Colors$0.00