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NCR Pads

2 partsA6£61
3 partsA6£71
2 partsA5£69
3 partsA5£81

NCR Pads enable handwriting to be duplicated onto all layers of a multipart set. NCR stands for “No Carbon Required” and these pads are often used to duplicate invoices, order details or client notes. At the company, you can get your NCR Pads with 25 or 50 duplicate sets and choose between two or three parted sets. Our NCR Pads are available in A6, A5 and A4 sizes!

NCR paper is typically used in duplicate pads (known as NCR Pads in the printing industry), where the user requires instant multiple copies of what is being written. For example; an invoice or receipt pad where the company keeps one copy and the customer receives the other. It is also widely used as agreement forms whereby the customer signs and agrees to Terms & Conditions or similar, again allowing the company and customer to both keep a signed copy.

NCP Paper can be printed on in a single colour, spot colours or full colour, this means that your pad or book can be personalised with your logo, contact details and any specific forms or layout that you may require.

Personalised NCR printing to match your existing business stationery will maintain consistency across your brand and will portray a professional look to your customers. They also provide a great reminder of your business/services to your client/customer as a past invoice or receipt is where most people look when it is time to re-order something.

NCR paper is typically supplied in pads which are glued to one edge allowing all copies to be removed. You may prefer them as books which are stapled, spine-taped and perforated allowing you to leave the copy in the book for safe storage.

Loose sets are supplied either completely loose, usually because they need to be over-printed using an office printer or they can be glued into loose sets. Continuous forms are also available, although not used as often as they once were; they are supplied with detachable sprocket holes on either side and can be fed through a dot matrix printer.