Paper board is known as a thick paper-based material. It is often referred to as cardboard, which is a generic term utilised to refer to any dense paper pulp–based board; however, this usage is deprecated in the paper, printing as well as packaging industries as it does not adequately describe each product type.
Paper board has specific superior characteristics like foldability as well as rigidity. The Paper board can be easily cut and formed. It is lightweight, and since it is strong, it is widely utilised in packaging. Another end-use of the product is high-quality graphic printing as book and magazine covers or postcards. Paper board is also utilised in fine arts for creating sculptures. Another notable use of paper board seen is in the fibrous material that is turned into pulp and further bleached to create one or more layers of commission, which can be optionally coated for a better surface and improved appearance.
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