Ponoko

Corrugated Cardboard - Single Layer

0.060 inches 0.157 inches

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What is it

Brown single walled corrugated cardboard.

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Design notes

Brown cardboard finish with visible corrugations. Large simple shapes will work best. Raster engraving is not recommended.

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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Melissa says:

Which directions do the corrugations run in? I placed an order and they ran horizontally, but it'd be nice to know if that was consistent (same question goes for double corrugated cardboard).

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Josh says:

Hello there! All our corrugations and wood grains run horizontally to your design template. Cheers!

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helen says:

If you need to have a hollow grain of the corrigated cardboard centered in you designs, how would you do that?

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Josh says:

Hi Helen! Unfortunately that's not something we could guarantee for you. The placement of the corrugations will vary from sheet to sheet, and it's not possible for us to specially line up a sheet with your design at this stage. Sorry!

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Jared says:

I wanted to see if anyone could verify that the corrugation flutes / grain still run in the horizontal direction (e.g. on the P3 format, the flutes/grain runs in the long dimension). Thanks

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Cristina says:

Hi CtemVhyJ! We currently run the corrugation flutes vertically (in the short dimension). We experimented with running the corrugation flutes horizontally (in the long dimension) but warping was a bit of a problem. With a P1 or a P2 template, our team can easily run the corrugation flutes in either direction if you have a preference. Thanks!

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PM says:

Can you cut the corrugated cardboard so the corrugation holes are on the outside of the cardboard?

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Dayma says:

Hi PM. When you say the 'corrugation holes', are you referring to the two sides on the thickness of the card where there's a wavy layer of card creating hole like slots? And if so, they're technically on the outside already right? Do you mean something else like can we have the cards corrugation direction run horizontally instead of vertically?

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