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What Is The Need For NCR Form Product/Promotion?
Your business or your work might require you to create multiple copies of the same document. Generally, when there is a need to make copies of a hand-written document, people use carbon paper in between two sheets. But there are drawbacks of using such a material for making copies. Using carbon paper is messy. Carbon papers are chemically treated to transfer the impression of things written on a paper to another paper underneath. Using carbon paper is a messy affair. Carbon papers could be used just once to make prints. If they were not thrown after using once, they produced poor quality prints. Another issue with such papers is that, after making a carbon copy, it was possible to check out what has been written by holding the carbon paper to a light source. This is a major issue of concern, especially when it comes to sensitive government information. Using carbon copies to enter credit card details and signatures is also risky as important personal information may get stolen.
What is a NRC (No Carbon Required) form?
If you are looking for carbonless solutions to your printing problems, you must make it a point to check what NCR forms are. NCR paper is a kind of chemically treated paper that works exactly like that of carbon paper. The carbonless paper, as the name suggests, can transfer the impression while you write on the sheet on top. To get an impression with NCR paper, you need to put very little pressure. Wondering what does the carbonless paper made up of? The bottom side of carbonless NCR paper is coated with micro-encapsulated dye. When pressed, this dye breaks. On the top of the second sheet that needs to be put, it is coated with clay. This clay and dye reacts with each other to form the permanent ink. So, when you write on the top sheet, the pressure of pen or pencil cause the dye to break and as you write, the clay reacts with the ink to make permanent marks.
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