Lined board is an economical and resistant material, which allows high quality and aesthetically pleasing results to be obtained. It is used in the production of folders, ring binders for catalogues and course booklets, displays, game boards, calendars, book spines, filing boxes, sample books, briefcases, covers, and more. Lined board can fully represent your company’s image by printing it on paper with offset or silkscreen quality
We can also use binding materials such as fabric, paper, polyurethanes, and others.
We personalise these products using the most modern technology on the market, making Soldaplastic a leader in lined board article production.
The base of the products is essentially made up of a lining (outer paper), endpaper (inner paper) and cardboard. Both the lining and the endpaper can be provided by the client, or Soldaplastic can handle the impression of those materials.
This kind of paper can be plasticised in gloss or matte polypropylene, embossed cardboard, PVC, acetate, varnish, and so on. The reason a paper is varnished or covered with film is to protect the impression and increase the durability of the product.
The most widely used cardboard is grey board, with several thicknesses available. The most common are 1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.25, 2.50, and 3.00 mm.
For the covering process both for the outer paper (lining) and the inner paper (endpaper) need to be of a particular weight. For the lining, the ideal weight is 135 g, although we can work with between 125 and 150 g. For the endpapers, the usual weight is 110 g, but we can also work within 100 to 140 g.