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 How thick is 14 pt card stock?

Answer One point is equal to 1/1,000 of an inch In card stock. Therefore, 14 point card stock is .014 inches thick. Paper with more points is thicker and more sturdy, and paper with less points is thinner... Read More »
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How thick is 9-point card stock?

Card stock, also referred to as cover stock, is available for purchase in a number of points, weights and pounds. The approximate caliper (thickness) of 9-point card stock is 0.0095 inches.Referen... Read More »
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How thick is card stock paper?

Card stock paper is measured by weight. There are several weights of card stock, and the thickness of the paper varies by the manufacturer of the card stock. It varies anywhere from .004 to .009 in... Read More »
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How thick is 75-pound card stock?

A sheet of 75-pound card stock is approximately .33 mm thick. This thickness will vary depending on the specifics of the paper. If you plan on using this weight of card stock in your printer, consu... Read More »
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What is card stock used for?

Card stock is an opaque and heavyweight type of paper that is often used in paper signs, business cards, playing cards, postcards, greeting cards, scrapbooking and paper crafts. Heavier weight card... Read More »
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