carbonless copy paper

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carbonless copy paper

[′kär·bən·ləs ′käp·ē ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A sheet of paper, used to make duplicate copies of written or printed material, whose back is coated with a layer of microcapsules that contain a dye in colorless form in a hydrocarbon solvent; writing or printing pressure breaks the capsules and releases the dye, which reacts with a clay or phenolic resin coating on top of a second paper sheet, located directly below the first, to produce visible color.
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Tenders are invited for 4-part carbonless form, common plate, black print, 5/8 stub at the bottom of the form, stitched in book, perforated at the bottom above the staple, 5/8 stub connecting the form at the top, wrap around cover and chipboard backing in each book.
There are many people who simply prefer the look, feel, convenience, mobility and security of a printed carbonless form.
Tenders are invited for 3 part carbonless form, common plate, white, blue and pink.
Tenders are invited for Provide two part carbonless form with stub, print one side, head to head, common plate, 5 holes (5/16 ) drilled, shrink wrapped 50 per package.
Tenders are invited for 13,500 qty of OHP 1567 HP-25D vehicle inventory / custody report, 3 part carbonless form, see details.
Tenders are invited for 5000 qty of two part carbonless form with 1/2" stub, print one side, head to head, common plate, 5 holes (5/16") drilled, shrink wrapped 50 per package.
The new solution permits running a two-part carbonless form through a traditional laser printer without the heat and pressure from the printer breaking the carbonless capsules and rendering the document useless.
hold the inside 4-ply carbonless form in a reliable position within the pocket for purposes of impact printing by Dept.
Offers a complete line of custom pressure sensitive labels, offset and flexo (90 percent of revenues), as well as full-color offset printing for catalogs, brochures, price lists, carbonless forms, letterheads, envelopes and business cards.
Designed for reliability in lengthy, unsupervised print runs, the DFX-9000 can print reports, packing lists, shipping manifests, checks, invoices, and carbonless forms up to 10 parts at speeds of up to 1,550 characters per second.
KEVIN CUSHING was well into his second career before he recognized the logic--if not inevitability--of his decision to quit as head of a major, fast-food restaurant ownership group to run a Minneapolis AlphaGraphics franchise; since a young boy, Cushing has followed the "paper" trail: At age nine, he had a paper route, delivering more than one million copies of the Chicago Sun-Times; as an undergraduate, he took a work-study position at a campus copy center; and in 1981, while completing his MBA at the University of Chicago, Cushing worked as an intern studying the carbonless forms market for Boise-Cascade.