NCR paper

NCR paper

A multiple-part paper form that does not use carbon paper. The ink is adhered to the reverse side of the previous sheet. Originally developed by NCR Corporation and known as "NCR brand, carbonless paper," it has also been called "no carbon required" paper.
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Permits were handwritten on NCR paper with a copy going to the client, a copy to the building inspections office, and a copy for the office files.
Available from the AAGO on NCR paper (so you keep a copy).
Allowing users to print up to 130 pages per minute (ppm) on a wide variety of paper stock -- including construction paper, card stock and NCR paper -- the Priport DX3340 is also embedded with a scanner that can accommodate textbooks as large as 11"x 17".
Then as today it was the "NCR Paper" brand of carbonless paper.
Bell & Howell customized the paper rollers on our scanners to accommodate a variety of paper types, especially NCR paper, since we use it often and it can cause paper rollers to swell, resulting in jams or double feeds.
If you use a three-part NCR paper, one copy can be left for the resident, the employee can keep one for reference, and the original can be returned to the site office upon completion.
The changes in that time have been enormous, from little things, like not having to use carbon paper in the inspection forms, to moving to NCR paper in the forms, to being able to print computer-generated forms in the field; to large things, like codes that are more science-based and the addition of new programs such as hazardous materials, sustainability, built environment, and all the programs that have developed as a result of the events of September 11, 2001.
The equipment that will replace old equipment currently in the mill will process virgin pulp to produce NCR paper.
* Corrugator roll parallelism check with NCR paper: This procedure checks the parallel alignment of corrugating rolls at operating temperature.