November 24, 2023 in 

Bond paper is A-sized finished writing paper of 50gsm or greater used for printing. This thicker copy paper has a slightly textured surface for printing letters, brochures, and other professional documents that must appear polished. Bond is intended to provide a smooth printing surface and absorb ink evenly and uniformly.

Bond paper comes in various shades, but white and ivory are most frequently seen. Thickness typically ranges between 24 and 28 pounds. Letter, Legal, and Ledger sizes of bond paper are all readily available.

Bond paper is ideal for printing documents others will read, such as letters, resumes, and cover letters. If you want your document to look its best when sending it to someone, this type of paper is ideal.

Printing on bond paper requires keeping certain factors in mind. Because it is thicker than other types, it may jam certain printers. Furthermore, its texture may make getting an accurate print job challenging. If you’re experiencing difficulties printing with bond paper, consider switching printer models or using heavier-weight papers instead.

Bond is essential for various reasons:

  1. It plays a role in determining the value of books: higher bonds represent greater book worth.
  2. The bond is also used as an indicator of price: the higher its bond level is, the more expensive its books become.
  3. Bond plays an integral part in predicting shelf life: as its level increases, so does its shelf life.

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