Ponoko

Corrugated Cardboard - White One Side

0.157 inches

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What is it

Single walled corrugated cardboard.

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Design notes

White on one side and brown on the other. Corrugations are visible. Large simple shapes will work best. Raster engraving is not recommended. We do not use the protective transfer tape on the underside of the material while laser cutting so occasional burn marks will be visible on the back. White side will face up and have the engraving.

Typical uses

Packaging and prototyping.

Environmental info

100% recyclable.

Adhesives, joints & fastenings

Can be easily joined with a wide range of glues and tapes.

Tips from other designers

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Laura says:

Hi guys! Anyway you can cut this with the white side down? I wanted to do folds where the white is on the outside of the corner. For instance, if I was cutting a box pattern, I want the white on the outside, so I would want the score on the brown side.

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Dayma says:

Hi Laura,

If you'd like us to cut with the white side down, please add it as a note (eg. "Please cut with the white side facing down") to your special shipping instructions or place the order and email us straight after at service[at]ponoko.com to add the note to your order.

But we were thinking, if we were making a cube, with vector engraving as scoring lines we'd score on the white side. Since we would want the live hinge to be on the inside edge. Technically both surfaces should work, it just depends what type of edges you'd like.

Thanks

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Laura says:

Thanks Dayma, I see what you mean, but I think I want a slight radius to my corner, and am just worried about collapsing the material on the inside of the corner. Also, in the case where the fold runs across flutes, it will be good to have a guide for crushing or cutting them to allow a nice fold. Glad to hear you can flip it for me!

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