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How do I measure a paper tube or paper core?
Paper tubes and paper cores have 4 parts: 1. Inside diameter 2. Wall thickness 3. Outside diameter 4. Length Diameter Definition: a straight line passing from side to side through the center of a bod
I don't see an option to pick up my online order?
Online orders automatically ship via UPS. The three shipping options are UPS Ground, UPS 3 Day, or UPS Next Day Air services.
I received a quote for 3" ID x .125" thick cores. I just noticed the pricing on your website, for the same size, is different? Why?
The 3" ID x .125" thick cores we sell online are ready-to-ship. The quantity, weight and size is standardized so they are ready to ship via UPS the next business day. Custom orders are made to order w
What's a "star crimped" carpet core insert?
The "star crimped" carpet core insert is a unique end closure designed for carpet manufacturers. Finished rolls of carpet used to get bagged and tied off at each end. The "star crimped" carpet core in
What's the difference between flexographic printing and lithographic printing?
Flexographic Printing – This is the most basic and cost effective method of printing on paper tubes and edge protectors. It utilizes water-based inks that are transferred directly onto the pape
What's the standard wall thickness for tape and label manufacturing?
The most common wall thickness for tape cores and label cores, used during many manufacturing and converting processes, is .125" (1/8"). Click here for a list of tape and label cores available for imm