All forms now have no manilla backing
Due to rising costs and limited availabilty we have discontinued the manilla baking on all forms. This also helps you save money.
Order Number Changes
Please Be Aware!!!! We are in the process of changing Form Order Numbers.
(Example: If you ordered AROCC-645 it is now form GRO-655)
This is becaues we are switching all our forms over to carbonless paper ONLY.
NEW Website Design Same Great Service
We can offer free shipping because we do not have a full time person just to take phone orders. Also by having you fill out the order from, you can be sure that the information you put down for your heading is exactly what you will get. We will print your heading exactly as you have it. We use FedEx for shipping most of the time please allow extra time for your order to get to you.
Please we need a street address and your zip code.
Please be sure to check that all your information is correct before you submit your order.
We can not cancel or change an order once it is sent to processing.
You will receive an automatic receipt a few minutes after placing an order.
Max production time: 10 work days. Plus allow time for the FedEx Ground Shipping!
Carbonless copy paper or NCR paper is an alternative to carbon paper, used to make a copy of an original, handwritten document without the use of any electronics. The process was co-invented by chemists, Lowell Schleicher and Barry Green, working for the NCR Corporation as a biodegradable, stain-free alternative to carbon paper.
Carbonless copy paper works in a fairly simple way. It consists of sheets of paper that are coated on the bottom and/or the top with micro-encapsulated dye or ink and/or a reactive clay. The back of the first sheet is coated with micro-encapsulated dye. The top of the middle sheet is coated with a clay that quickly reacts with the dye to form a permanent mark. The back of the middle sheet is also coated with the dye. The lowermost sheet is coated on the top surface with the clay with no coating applied to the back side. When someone writes on the sheets, the pressure from the point of the writing instrument causes the micro-capsules to break and spill their dye.
Since the capsules are so small, the print obtained is very accurate. Around fifteen pages can be copied using one sheet of carbonless copy paper. Carbonless copy paper was also available in a self-contained version that had both the ink & the clay on the same side of the paper.
Thanks to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbonless_paper