Questions and answers

What is the largest size cardstock?

What is the largest size cardstock?

11 x 17 inches
Turning our attention to sizing, the most common sizes for this type of paper are letter (8.5 x 11 inches), legal (8.5 x 14 inches), and ledger/tabloid (11 x 17 inches), but there are plenty of smaller and larger sizes to choose from.

What is standard cardstock?

The 80 lb card stock is the most common weight of card stock, and is used for DIY invitations, card making, scrapbooking, flyers, post cards, die-cutting, menus, craft projects, program, and business cards. If you are needing to fold the 80 lb cardstock, we would recommending scoring the stock before folding it.

What size is A4 card stock?

210mm x 297mm
Heavyweight A4 Cardstock by Desktop Publishing Supplies, Inc. is made to the EXACT A4 size of 210mm x 297mm (8.3″ x 11.7″). This stock is made from a quality 80lb cover bright white cardstock (216 gsm). Our A4 Cardstock works on Inkjet and laser printers (including copiers and fax machines).

What size is heavy cardstock?

It comes in a variety of thicknesses. 10pt, 12pt, 16pt and 24pt are all common thickness for cardstock prints. 12pt cardstock is one of the most popular choices for today cardstock printing needs although there are other sizes on the market.

What is A4 stock?

Empire Imports A4 card stock is a heavy-weight multi-purpose paper that is a great option for printing out business cards, presentations, memos, flyers, invitations and anything else that requires high-quality durable paper stock.

What is A2 size card?

4.25 x 5.5 inches
A2 FLAT 4.25 x 5.5 inches – These A2 flat cards are great for response cards, RSVP Postcards, invitation inserts, small announcements and card making layers….Popular Card Stock and Paper sizes.

Type Envelope Size Enclosed Size
A2 (5 1/2 Bar) 4.375″ x 5.75″ 4.25″ x 5.5″
A4 4.25″ x 6.25″ 4″ x 6″

How do I know if my printer can print on cardstock?

LaserJet and OfficeJet printers can typically handle card stock, though others may not. You can also check the printer’s data sheet; look for the “Media Weight” to find out what weights of paper it supports, and then compare that to the paper information the packaging of your card stock.

How do I change my printer to cardstock?

Printer Settings With the document you want printed open on your Windows computer, click “Print” from the File menu. Then click “Properties,” and select “Paper” or “Paper Quality.” Select “Card Stock” or the weight of paper you’re using from the list of paper types, and then click “OK.”

What does LCI stand for in card stock?

Card stock: is a more general term, defined by heavy weight paper of a simple, generic variety. Card stock is generally classified by caliper. Note: LCI Paper refers to all heavy weight sheets as card stock, classified by basis weight.

Is the LCI Paper Company a good company?

LCI is a great company – they have a super selection of high quality papers and their customer service is top-notch. The envelopes are great. They had the color we wanted, but shipping seemed a bit expensive for such a light package. Otherwise, everything was great. 5 /5 – Excellent, I’d definitely buy from this seller again.

What kind of paper is used in card stock?

Generally speaking, card stock is made up of a blend of hardwood and softwood fibers and fillers. Hardwood provides proper paper formation, softwood provides strength, fillers add to the opacity, brightness, and overall appearance of the card stock.