NCR pad and set printing services

How can NCR pad and set printing help my business?

NCR pad and set printing can feature your logo and artwork and are available in a range of sizes from A6 to A3, in pads of 15, 25 and 50 sheets. You can to choose the size, colour and quantity to suit your own usage rate. For creating invoices, orders and delivery notes, NCR pads and sets are a reliable choice. Whether you are a small business looking for a duplicate solution, or a larger business looking for a back-up to your digital media.

Want to know more? Have a look at some of the most common FAQs below.

NCR paper (No Carbon Required), comes from the initials of its creator, National Cash Register and is a type of coated paper designed to transfer information written on the front onto the coloured sheets below. 

Instead of inserting a special sheet in between the original and the copy, carbonless copy paper has a micro-encapsulated dye or ink on the reverse side of the top sheet, and a clay coating on the front side of the bottom sheet. 

When pressure is applied with a ball point pen, the dye capsules rupture and react with the clay to form a permanent mark identical to the markings made to the top sheet.

Intermediary sheets, with clay on the front and dye capsules on the back, can be used to create multiple copies which is also known as multipart stationery.
An NCR set is two or more duplicated sheets of carbon copy paper glued together to easily transfer handwriting written on the top page through to the other pages in the set.
Yes, you can recycle NCR paper.
An NCR pad is a collection of NCR sets glued together and are available in a variety of sizes including A3, A4, and A5.
They come in a variety of sizes and quantities – anything from 5, 25 or 50 sets depending on your requirements.
All you need to do is write the required information on the top sheet of the NCR set for an exact copy to be made on the page below.
Many businesses use them as receipts, invoices, delivery notes and purchase orders.

View a selection of NCR here