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    Lynx Opaque Smooth Paper

    Brightness: 96
    Color: White
    Quantity: 500 sheets per package unless otherwise stated.
    PLEASE NOTE: This product is PAPER ( it is NOT Card Stock)
    Printing Compatibility: copier+ digital+ Inkjet+ Laser+ Offset
    Ships Within: 1-2 business days
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    Lynx Paper

    is economical and eco-friendly.  Lynx paper has excellent opacity making it a wise choice for your brochures, flyers, direct mail, and more.  With a 96 brightness it is brilliant, true white.  FSC® certified Rainforest,  Alliance Certified™ and SFI® Certified Sourcing.  Smooth finish ensures great printability.

    Help for choosing the best paper weights for your project:

    •  24/60 lb text weight paper could also be used for copy paper.  It is commonly used for inkjet and laser printing. This 90.3 gsm paper is used for converting economy envelopes.  It is great for flyers, newsletters, letterhead, and everyday printing. Our Astrobright papersare a fun 60# paper for getting your flyers and posters noticed!
    • 28/70 lb text weight paper is a bit more substantial than more common copy paper.  This paper weighs in at 105.3 gsm and is often used for brochures, tri-folds, converting a better envelope, menus and church bulletin papers. Super smooth Cougar White papers are a favorite among our customers! To add extra elegance to your next printing project,  try printing on CutCardStock's linen paper.
    • 32/80 lb text weight is a thicker paper that is used for wedding programs, menus, fine brochures, and more.  A popular paper choice among the 80 lb text paper is the Stardream Metallic paperand envelopes.  The shimmery paper is often used for wedding and special event programs.  The 80 lb text paper, equivalent to 118 gsm, is often used to convert fine envelopes.  Envelopes converted from 80 lb text are much more substantial and are often used for DIY invitations, especially wedding invitations.  32/80 lb text weight envelopes are generally thick enough that consumers will only use one envelope to mail their invitation, rather than using inner and outer envelopes.

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