NCR Pad Printing has helped reduce the carbon foot print for many companies world-wide. Before the 1990’s, there were still companies who used carbon paper in order to duplicate certain documents, which was a messy and time-consuming affair. Not to add that carbon copy has influenced the environment due to the life cycle of the paper.
NCR Pad Printing is the modern and responsible alternative for carbon copy printing. No matter
How Does NCR Pad Printing Work?
If you need hand written copies of invoices in order to ensure every department has a physical copy, or if you need delivery notes – NCR Pad Printing can be the ideal solution for you.
NCR Pads are also called duplicate pads – and they are used often in invoices and orders. Often available in sets of 2, 3 and 4 duplicates – ripping one set apart and writing on the top sheet will turn your second (and third/fourth) sheet in to exact copies of your first sheet
Carbon paper was often used for that in the past. Many people recall carbon paper to be quite messy – especially when it came the shiny side of the paper, which would cause many stained clothes. NCR Pad Printing uses microencapsulated dye and clay that react together to quickly make a copy. The microencapsulated dye coats the back of the first sheet, and the clay coats the front side of the second page. For each extra duplicate – the top is covered in microencapsulated dye and the back in clay.
Can I Personalise My NCR Pads?
We print and design NCR pads, specifically tailored to your business. This can include logos, details of your business and tables/forms. We can adjust them to size, colour and finishing – whether you would like a more luxurious design or an eco-friendly type of paper. Our NCR pads are available in sets of 20 to 50, and you can choose for a two parted, three parted and four parted set.
We can design them for you – or alternatively, if you have your own design, we are more than happy to print that into an NCR Pad that suits your brand values.
Why not contact us through the contact form below, to see how we can help you? Alternatively, call us on 0151 346 1640
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