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Do you know a5 printer paper?

Mar 14, 2016

  Paper specifications for the printing industry:148mm?X 210mm (wide X high).This is a very common specification.a5 printer paper,a type basic size of the paper is folded for 5 times,therefore, the area of a A5 paper is the basic paper area of 1/32. Half A4 size is A5 the size of the paper, it is commonly known as the 32 paper. 

   Brief introduction of a5 printer paper:According to the basic area of the paper format, the format specification is divided into a series, Series B and C, the format specifications for A0 format size x 1189mm 841mm, format area is 1 square meters; B0 format size of 1000mm x 1414mm, format area is 2.5 square meters; the format size of C0 x 1279mm 917mm, format area for 2.25 square meters; copy paper format specifications using only a and B series. If A0 paper along the length of the system to open into two halves, become specifications A1, A1 paper along the length direction of becomes A2 specifications, so to open to the A8 specifications; B8 paper also according to the method of open to B8 specifications. A0 ~ A8 and B0 ~ B8 the sizes listed in the following table.

   Type and size of a5 printer paper:


   Common types of a5 printer paper:The A3, A4, A5, A6 and B4, B5, B6 and other 7 kinds of format specifications for copy paper commonly used specifications. Books and journals of the current format and size are mainly A series specifications, there are several (height X width):

A3 (8K) 420 mm x 297 mm;
A4 (16K) 297 mm x 210 mm;
A5 (32K) 210 mm x 148 mm;
A6 (64K) 144 mm x 105 mm;

   Characteristics of a5 printer paper:It has super clear effect and super good quality. The tube core size can be customized according to customer requirements, 65 grams of genuine whole wood pulp paper processing, its quality is good.

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